Text book of abdominal surgery : a clinical manual for practitioners and students . Fig. 15.—Continuous Suture of Stomach. may be required if there seem to be any weakness at anypoint; these may be interrupted ones, and are also passed soas to double in the peritoneum; or a second doubling in ofthe peritoneum may be effected by another continuous row ofstitches. Some prefer to use the interrupted sutures entirely;the principle is exactly the same, the peritoneum being turned. Fig. 16.—Interrupted Suture of Stomach. in, and the mucous membrane excluded from the loop. Alarge number of the sewing

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Text book of abdominal surgery : a clinical manual for practitioners and students . Fig. 15.—Continuous Suture of Stomach. may be required if there seem to be any weakness at anypoint; these may be interrupted ones, and are also passed soas to double in the peritoneum; or a second doubling in ofthe peritoneum may be effected by another continuous row ofstitches. Some prefer to use the interrupted sutures entirely;the principle is exactly the same, the peritoneum being turned. Fig. 16.—Interrupted Suture of Stomach. in, and the mucous membrane excluded from the loop. Alarge number of the sewing Stock Photo
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Text book of abdominal surgery : a clinical manual for practitioners and students . Fig. 15.—Continuous Suture of Stomach. may be required if there seem to be any weakness at anypoint; these may be interrupted ones, and are also passed soas to double in the peritoneum; or a second doubling in ofthe peritoneum may be effected by another continuous row ofstitches. Some prefer to use the interrupted sutures entirely;the principle is exactly the same, the peritoneum being turned. Fig. 16.—Interrupted Suture of Stomach. in, and the mucous membrane excluded from the loop. Alarge number of the sewing
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Text book of abdominal surgery : a clinical manual for practitioners and students . Fig. 15.—Continuous Suture of Stomach. may be required if there seem to be any weakness at anypoint; these may be interrupted ones, and are also passed soas to double in the peritoneum; or a second doubling in ofthe peritoneum may be effected by another continuous row ofstitches. Some prefer to use the interrupted sutures entirely;the principle is exactly the same, the peritoneum being turned. Fig. 16.—Interrupted Suture of Stomach. in, and the mucous membrane excluded from the loop. Alarge number of the sewing-needles must be threaded before-hand to avoid waste of time. At each end of the wound oropening a couple of sutures are introduced beyond the endsof the cut to commence the turning in of the peritoneum. If the opening be a short one a stitch should be put in atthe middle, so as to be more certain that the sides come accur-ately together; if the opening be large other stitches may bepassed through the centre of each half. The needle is intro-duced a quarter of an inch or so from the wound, and is GASTR ORRAPHY. 12 3 brought out close to the edge on the same side; on the otherside it enters close to the edge and comes out a quarter of aninch or so away from it; the interrupted -method of suturingdoes not therefore differ in principle from the continuous. Allstitches are introduced before any are tied. When they havebeen secured an additional row of stitches may appea

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