abdominal fascia

abdominal fascia

an inclusive term for the fascia that forms part of the general layer lining the walls of the abdominal cavity and investing the abdominal organs; it is subdivided into visceral abdominal fascia, parietal abdominal fascia, and extraperitoneal fascia.
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7,8] Therefore, the discussion regarding the optimal technique of abdominal fascia experience rather than acting evidence-based.
Abdominal fascia closure following elective midline laparotomy: a surgical experience at a tertiary care hospital in Tanzania.
Superficial infiltration was found to be effective in the short term (first four hours), primarily reducing rest pain, whereas TAP block was effective against both rest and movement pain for a longer duration, suggesting analgesia from skin and subcutaneous tissues and deeper structures such as muscle and abdominal fascia (12).
Clinical evaluation of umbilical hernia surgery in calves: use of autogenous abdominal fascia
Ample evidence already exists that smoking, diabetes, and steroid use impair the viability and strength of fibrous connective tissues in abdominal fascia, whose composition is very similar to that of the dura.
In addition, harvesting the patient's abdominal fascia or fascia lata typically results in considerable postoperative pain and lengthy recovery times.
Hence, the present study was planned to compare the effectiveness of Triclosan-coated PDS plus for abdominal fascia closure in preventing SSI compared to non-coated PDS sutures after monolayer closure in open abdominal surgeries.
Operative Time- Time of closure was noted from the start of the closure of abdominal fascia to the close of the abdominal fascia.
Scar endometriomas are believed to be the result of direct inoculation of the abdominal fascia or subcutaneous tissue with endometrial cells during surgical intervention and subsequently stimulated by estrogen to produce endometriomas.
Scar endometriomas are believed to be the result of direct inoculation of the abdominal fascia or subcutaneous tissue with endometrial cells during surgical intervention and subsequently stimulated by estrogen to produce endometriomas (cellular transport theory) (19) or the neighborhood tissue may undergo metaplasia (coelomic metaplasia theory) (20).