chevron incision

chev·ron in·ci·sion

a bilateral subcostal incision in the abdomen, in the shape of an inverted "V"; used in upper abdominal procedures.
A bilateral subcostal incision in the abdomen, in the shape of an inverted 'V', used in upper gastrointestinal, renal, or adrenal surgery
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The second is a chevron incision with 3- to 4-mm limbs over the oral commissure on the paretic side just lateral to the vermilion border.