Giant Omphalocele Treated With Intramuscular Tissue Expansion

@inproceedings{Buinewicz2014GiantOT,
  title={Giant Omphalocele Treated With Intramuscular Tissue Expansion},
  author={Jacob Dillon Buinewicz and Donald R. Laub},
  booktitle={Eplasty},
  year={2014}
}
Figure 1. Patient presenting at age 6 after several surgical attempts at closure. She has unstable skin graft over allogenic dermis graft. A 6-year-old girl had undergone multiple operations for an omphalocele but still retains a very large ventral hernia. She presented with an eventrated abdomen with unstable, scarred closure (see Fig. 1). A reconstruction using intermuscular tissue expanders was performed. 

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