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Abdomen: Surgical Anatomy and General Consideration in Emergency Settings

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The knowledge of anatomy and the basics of the clinical framework are essential to approach a surgical patient in an emergency. This chapter discusses the basics of abdominal wall anatomy and the first steps for a young abdominal surgeon.

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Molfino, S., Bertoloni, G., Baiocchi, G.L. (2022). Abdomen: Surgical Anatomy and General Consideration in Emergency Settings. In: Bissacco, D., Settembrini, A.M., Mazzari, A. (eds) Primary Management in General, Vascular and Thoracic Surgery. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-12563-8_13

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