Text book of abdominal surgery : a clinical manual for practitioners and students . Pig. 27.—Cautery Clamp. (One-third size.) sac and escape of fluid, and the pus is conducted away from allfear of contaminating instruments or sponges. It should be remembered that there is usually no greatadvantage in any special make of forceps or other instrument,and the one will be best as a rule which the operator has becomeaccustomed to use. Every one should be as simple as possible.. Fig. 2S.—Pedicle Forcefs. (Two-thirds size.) iSTelatons forceps. Cyst forceps are lighter and perhaps more convenient thani

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Text book of abdominal surgery : a clinical manual for practitioners and students . Pig. 27.—Cautery Clamp. (One-third size.) sac and escape of fluid, and the pus is conducted away from allfear of contaminating instruments or sponges. It should be remembered that there is usually no greatadvantage in any special make of forceps or other instrument,and the one will be best as a rule which the operator has becomeaccustomed to use. Every one should be as simple as possible.. Fig. 2S.—Pedicle Forcefs. (Two-thirds size.) iSTelatons forceps. Cyst forceps are lighter and perhaps more convenient thani Stock Photo
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Text book of abdominal surgery : a clinical manual for practitioners and students . Pig. 27.—Cautery Clamp. (One-third size.) sac and escape of fluid, and the pus is conducted away from allfear of contaminating instruments or sponges. It should be remembered that there is usually no greatadvantage in any special make of forceps or other instrument,and the one will be best as a rule which the operator has becomeaccustomed to use. Every one should be as simple as possible.. Fig. 2S.—Pedicle Forcefs. (Two-thirds size.) iSTelatons forceps. Cyst forceps are lighter and perhaps more convenient thani
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Text book of abdominal surgery : a clinical manual for practitioners and students . Pig. 27.—Cautery Clamp. (One-third size.) sac and escape of fluid, and the pus is conducted away from allfear of contaminating instruments or sponges. It should be remembered that there is usually no greatadvantage in any special make of forceps or other instrument,and the one will be best as a rule which the operator has becomeaccustomed to use. Every one should be as simple as possible.. Fig. 2S.—Pedicle Forcefs. (Two-thirds size.) iSTelatons forceps. Cyst forceps are lighter and perhaps more convenient thaniSTelatons. Cautery clamp. Cauteries, three are sufficient. Forceps which prevent slipping of the pedicle after thecautery has been used. Thermocautery. THE INCISION. 35 5 The Incision. The incision is to be made through the linea alba, not bythe anatomist, but by the surgeon. A page or two might bewritten about the anatomical structure of the abdominal wall,but it is not necessary to spend five or ten minutes making adissection, the object is to cut into the peritoneal cavity in asmany seconds. It is futile to attempt to count the layers of theabdominal wall, as has been gravely suggested. If five minutesbe taken to open the cavity, four and a half have been wastedon the least important part of the operation. It is sometimesrecommended that the length of the incision should be at firsttwo inches or so, and should be enlarged if necessary ; but whena proper and f