Cancer of the stomach; a clinical study of 921 operatively and pathologically demonstrated cases . Fig. 90.—Row of Connell catgut sutures being applied. chromicized catgut suture, the surface of which has beenrendered smooth by rubbing with vaseline is next employedas a deep suture. This suture is begun at a point oppositeto the conclusion of the serous suture in order that the knotsof this suture may not be opposite the knots of the silksuture previously described. This suture is carried intothe lumen of the small intestine, then across the edge ofthe incision taking a bite of about 1 mm. of

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Cancer of the stomach; a clinical study of 921 operatively and pathologically demonstrated cases . Fig. 90.—Row of Connell catgut sutures being applied. chromicized catgut suture, the surface of which has beenrendered smooth by rubbing with vaseline is next employedas a deep suture. This suture is begun at a point oppositeto the conclusion of the serous suture in order that the knotsof this suture may not be opposite the knots of the silksuture previously described. This suture is carried intothe lumen of the small intestine, then across the edge ofthe incision taking a bite of about 1 mm. of Stock Photo
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Cancer of the stomach; a clinical study of 921 operatively and pathologically demonstrated cases . Fig. 90.—Row of Connell catgut sutures being applied. chromicized catgut suture, the surface of which has beenrendered smooth by rubbing with vaseline is next employedas a deep suture. This suture is begun at a point oppositeto the conclusion of the serous suture in order that the knotsof this suture may not be opposite the knots of the silksuture previously described. This suture is carried intothe lumen of the small intestine, then across the edge ofthe incision taking a bite of about 1 mm. of
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Cancer of the stomach; a clinical study of 921 operatively and pathologically demonstrated cases . Fig. 90.—Row of Connell catgut sutures being applied. chromicized catgut suture, the surface of which has beenrendered smooth by rubbing with vaseline is next employedas a deep suture. This suture is begun at a point oppositeto the conclusion of the serous suture in order that the knotsof this suture may not be opposite the knots of the silksuture previously described. This suture is carried intothe lumen of the small intestine, then across the edge ofthe incision taking a bite of about 1 mm. of the small in-testine and the stomach so that it includes all of the layersof both structures. The first suture is tied and then acontinuous suture is applied with the stitches near enoughto each other to absolutely prevent hemorrhage. Thissuture is carried to the distal end of both incisions and then SURGICAL TREATMENT OF CANCER OF THE STOMACH 435. Fig. 91.—A continuous row of fine chromicized catgut sutures extendingthrough and through the mucosae of stomach and of jejunum. This catgutsuture is begun at the opposite end from which the silk suture was startedand the ends of both of these sutures are left long.

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