WOUND HEALING IN ANTERIOR GASTRO-ENTEROSTOMY FOLLOWING VARIOUS METHODS OF SUTURE: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY IN DOGS

@article{Martzloff1933WOUNDHI,
  title={WOUND HEALING IN ANTERIOR GASTRO-ENTEROSTOMY FOLLOWING VARIOUS METHODS OF SUTURE: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY IN DOGS},
  author={K. H. Martzloff and G. Suckow},
  journal={Archives of Surgery},
  year={1933},
  volume={26},
  pages={345-381}
}
Our primary object in this study was to ascertain whether serosal inclusions or cysts, such as are found not infrequently on the posterior parietal pelvic peritoneum, on the female pelvic viscera and elsewhere, would form on apposed serosal surfaces as in the case of gastro-intestinal anastomoses. As our work progressed, some of our observations were apparently so singular that we also became interested to know how wound healing following gastro-enterostomy progressed after the use of some of… Expand
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WOUND HEALING AFTER ANTERIOR GASTROENTEROSTOMY: II. FATE OF MUCOSAL INCLUSIONS AND THEIR PREVENTION; DESCRIPTION OF A NEW SUTURE TECHNIC. AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY IN DOGS
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It was found that when the authors employed suture methods on the anterior aspect of gastro-intestinal anastomoses that everted mucosa into the line of apposition between stomach and intestine, then mucosal inclusions (appositional rests or inclusions) similar to those shown were found. Expand

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