The anatomic rationale for abdominal lipectomy

W E Huger
American Surgeon 1979, 45 (9): 612-7
Changes occur in the vascular and lymphatic flow and in the sensory pattern of the superficial abdominal wall during abdominal lipectomy. The development of these systems, their anatomic descriptions in the abdominal wall, and the changes created by the surgery are documented to explain tissue survival following the procedure.

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