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Anastomotic Leak with Emergency Surgical Repair
Anastomotic Leak with Emergency Surgical Repair

This exhibit begins with an anterior view of the abdomen describing the pre-operative condition. The perforation at the anastomosis site, bile leakage, abscess are illustrated and labeled. Reopening the abdominal incision and extension of the incision superiorly and transection of the small bowel proximal to the anastomosis and the colon distally. Image shows previous area of bowel that was anastomosed and the amount of bowel removed.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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