The Misgav Ladach method for cesarean section, method description

@article{Holmgren1999TheML,
  title={The Misgav Ladach method for cesarean section, method description},
  author={G. Holmgren and L. Sj{\"o}holm and M. Stark},
  journal={Acta Obstetricia et Gynecologica Scandinavica},
  year={1999},
  volume={78}
}
SUBJECT A method description is given for the Misgav Ladach method for cesarean section. This is based on the Joel-Cohen incision originally introduced for hysterectomy. METHOD The incision is a straight transverse incision somewhat higher than the Pfannenstiel incision. The subcutaneous tissue is left undisturbed apart from the midline. The rectus sheath is separated along its fibres. The rectus muscles are separated by pulling. The peritoneum is opened by stretching with index fingers. The… Expand

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