Abdominal Wall Incision - Pfannenstiel
This Abdominal Wall Incision Pfannenstiel course will teach you:
- How to approach the abdominal cavity using a Pfannenstiel Incision
Special attention is paid to the following hazards you may encounter during this Abdominal Wall Incision Pfannenstiel Incision
- ilioinguinal nerve injury
- iliohypogastric nerve injury
With the following tips you might perform this Abdominal Wall Incision Pfannenstiel even better:
- Detaching anterior rectus sheath
- Opening of the peritoneum
- Wound closure in case of peritonitis
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Step by step
Abdominal cavity approach
Mark the landmarks: the pubic symphysis, the anterior superior iliac spine and the umbilicus.
Incise the skin horizontally approximately two fingers-breadth above the pubic symphysis. Make the incision approximately from one superficial epigastric artery to the other; about 8–12 cm in length.
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