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The new edition is more than a major revision of a classical text; in many ways it is a de novo text, with new chapters and new authors. In comparing the 10th to the ninth edition, I found that only 18 of the 81 chapters had the same contributors, while 20 chapters were new, and the remaining Deitch EA.
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Rent this article. Closure of rectus sheath could be achieved in 4 patients while in 8 patients only skin closure was done with the intention of closing incisional hernia after full recovery.
Conclusions:When closure of the abdomen is likely to be under tension creation of a laparostoma would help to prevent abdominal compartment syndrome with its systemic complications. It is also likely to cause less damage to the skin and rectus than methods like tension band wiring. The abdomen can be closed at a later date once the edema settles without undue tension on the abdominal wall.
Roses, Jon B. Morris Incisions, closures and management of the abdominal wound. Factors influencing wound dehiscence.
Am J Surg. Ledgerwood AM. Management of the difficult abdominal closure. Munich: Zuckschwerdt; Bailey J, Shapiro M.
Abdominal compartment syndrome.