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11/25/20
Small Bowel Obstruction and Internal Herniations Requiring Multiple Bowel Resections - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Small Bowel Obstruction and Internal Herniations Requiring Multiple Bowel Resections - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit features an overview of an obese female patient following complications which arose after complex stomach and bowel revision procedures. Images include the following: Overview of the abdomen with small bowel obstruction and internal herniation sites. Additional side images detail how sutures could have been placed initially to prevent future hernias- along with subsequent repairs for both the first and second herniation sites.

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