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11/27/20
Continued Abdominal Complications with Additional Surgical Repairs - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Continued Abdominal Complications with Additional Surgical Repairs - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit begins with an anterior view of a male torso with the abdominal cavity visible beneath the skin. There are multiple incisional hernias, diverticulitis of the sigmoid colon, necrotic abscess and persistent leak of the sigmoid colon, hernia at colostomy site, necrotic abscess of the small bowel, and widespread adhesions throughout the abdomen. Next, multiple steps of the surgical repair are shown, including the reopening of the previous incision, takedown of adhesions, removal of the necrotic portion of the small bowel, and removal of the proximal sigmoid colon.

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