Dissecting and Suturing
This chapter describes the fundamental skills used to develop anatomic planes and thereby improve exposure and expedite surgery. Various types of suture material are discussed. The basic technique for constructing a two-layer gastrointestinal anastomosis is then described in detail.
KeywordsSuture Material Cystic Artery Intestinal Anastomosis Left Index Finger Needle Holder
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