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*  Single-port laparoscopy
SPL is accomplished through a single 20 mm incision in the navel (umbilicus or belly button), or through only a 11 mm incision ... The flexible port that can be fitted through a small incision in the navel to allow surgeons to use up to three laparoscopic ... The TriPort+ can be inserted with its introducer through a 15 mm incision at the umbilicus. This device allows four instruments ... Filipovic-Cugura J, Kirac I, Kulis T, Jankovic J, Bekavac-Beslin M (2009). "Single-incision laparoscopic surgery (SILS) for ...
*  Navel
Lay summary - Medical News Today (April 12, 2013). "SRMC Surgeon Offers Gallbladder Removal through Belly Button Incision with ... To minimize scarring, the navel is a recommended site of incision for various surgeries, including transgastric appendicectomy ... Piskun, Gregory; Rajpal, Sanjeev (1999). "Transumbilical Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy Utilizes No Incisions Outside the ...
*  Wound licking
... for endometrial cancer suffered from Pasteurella multocida infection causing an abscess after her cat licked the incision. A ...
*  ERCC1
Incisions may be made on either side of the crosslink on one DNA strand to unhook the crosslink and initiate repair. ...
*  Phacoemulsification
Because a smaller incision is required, few or no stitches are needed and the patient's recovery time is usually shorter when ... For implanting a foldable IOL, the incision does not have to be enlarged. The foldable IOL, made of silicone or acrylic of ... Before the phacoemulsification can be performed, one or more incisions are made in the eye to allow the introduction of ... For implanting a poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) IOL, the incision has to be enlarged. ...
*  Laparotomy
... who devised such incision style in 1905. Pfannenstiel incision, a transverse incision below the umbilicus and just above the ... The upper midline incision usually extends from the xiphoid process to the umbilicus. A typical lower midline incision is ... This shares a name with the Kocher incision used for thyroid surgery: a transverse, slightly curved incision about 2 cm above ... A variation of this incision is the Maylard incision in which the rectus abdominis muscles are sectioned transversally to ...
*  Minimally invasive cardiac surgery
Two access incisions are also made at the 6th intercostal space and xphoid process to allow for instruments to position and ... MICS CABG is performed through one 5-7 cm incision in the 4th intercostal space (ICS). In some cases the thoractomy may be ... Lapierre H, Chan V, Ruel M (November 2006). "Off-pump coronary surgery through mini-incisions: is it reasonable?". Current ... The procedure is much less invasive than traditional bypass surgery because it is performed through three small incisions ...
*  Wound
An incision: a small cut in a finger. Fresh incisional wound on the fingertip of the left ring finger. Abrasion of the lower ... Lacerations and incisions may appear linear (regular) or stellate (irregular). The term laceration is commonly misused in ... Incisions or incised wounds - caused by a clean, sharp-edged object such as a knife, razor, or glass splinter. Lacerations - ... reference to incisions. Paper cuts are shallow lacerations. Abrasions (grazes) - superficial wounds in which the topmost layer ...
*  Incision
... in geomorphology Incision (band), a Dutch hard rock band Incision (G.I. Joe), a fictional character. ... Incision may refer to: Cutting, the separation of an object, into two or more portions, through the application of an acutely ... or glass splinter Surgical incision, a cut made through the skin and soft tissue to facilitate an operation or procedure River ...
*  Maylard Incision
... is a surgical incision in which a transverse cut is made on rectus abdominis muscle to allow wider access to ... Maylard incision is likely to cause more pain than Pfannenstiel incision during the first post-operative week. However, Maylard ... For gynaecological surgery, the skin incision is made 5-8 cm above the pubic symphysis. The site of skin incision is above and ... "Maylard Incision". Atlas of Pelvic Surgery : Online Edition. Clifford R. Wheeless, Jr., M.D. and Marcella L. Roenneburg, M.D. ...
*  Incision (band)
Incision is a Dutch hard rock band from Wogmeer, North Holland, that formed in February 2008. Incision started back in February ... "Incision official website". Official website Incision on Facebook YouTube live video's & music videos. ... At the end of the year Incision was asked to perform on a benefit for a festival that is collecting as much as possible to help ...
*  River incision
... is the narrow erosion caused by a river or stream that is far from its base level. River incision is common ... Incision by multiple rivers result in a dissected landscape, for example a dissected plateau. River Incision is the natural ... The rate of incision is a function of basal shear-stress. Shear stress is increased by factors such as sediment in the water, ... River incision due to agriculture is well-documented throughout the agricultural regions of the world, such as the Central ...
*  Cherney incision
The Cherney incision is an incision used in gynecologic surgery. It is similar to the Pfannenstiel incision but allows access ... The Cherney incision begins when the skin is cut 2-3 centimeters above the pubic symphysis and the surgeon dissects down to the ... If surgical retractors are not placed carefully under the edges of the incision, they can damage the femoral nerve or other ...
*  Surgical incision
Midline incision or midline laparotomy - The most common incision for laparotomy is the midline incision, a vertical incision ... Pfannenstiel incision, Kerr incision, or Pfannenstiel-Kerr incision is the lower transverse incision made in the lower segment ... The Maylard incision is also called the Mackenrodt incision. The incision in the rectus muscles is performed with the help of ... This type of incision offers little extensibility and less exposure than a Pfannestiel incision. Lanz incision - A variation of ...
*  Pfannenstiel incision
A Pfannenstiel incision /ˈfɑːnɪnʃtiːl/, Kerr incision, Pfannenstiel-Kerr incision or pubic incision is a type of abdominal ... This incision is also used in Stoppa approach for orthopedics surgeries to treat pelvic fractures. The Pfannenstiel incision ... This incision is commonly called the "bikini line incision". Some common reasons for this surgical access are obstetric ... The incision does not distort the belly button and heals faster than the traditional vertical incision. Although Pfannenstiel ...
*  Joel-Cohen incision
... is a skin incision used for Caesarian section. It is a straight incision that is 3 cm below the line ... Joel-Cohen incision rely on blunt dissection more than the traditionally done Pfannenstiel incision. Joel-Cohen incision has ... that compared the Joel-Cohen incision with the Pfannenstiel incision, the Joel-Cohen incision was associated with a 65% ... The skin incision is made 3 cm above the location of Pfannenstiel incision. The subcutaneous tissue is incised in three medial ...
*  Modified Gibson Incision
The Modified Gibson incision is a transverse incision above the pubis, frequently used in gynecological and urological ... It is also possible to have tactile assessment of large bowel and subdiaphragmatic surfaces using this incision. This incision ... This incision can be made on either side of the midline, but often on the left. It is started 3 cm above and parallel to the ... The modified Gibson incision allows proper access to the small bowel and pelvic organs and limited access to omentum. ...
*  Incision and drainage
... and clinical lancing are minor surgical procedures to release pus or pressure built up under the skin, ... Incision and drainage is often abbreviated as "I&D" or "IND" by medical professionals. Uncomplicated cutaneous abscesses do not ... It is performed by treating the area with an antiseptic, such as iodine-based solution, and then making a small incision to ... For incisional abscesses, it is recommended that incision and drainage is followed by covering the area with a thin layer of ...
*  Small incision lenticule extraction
"SMILE (small incision lenticle extration)". Lasercare Eye Center. Shah R, Shah S, Sengupta S (2011). "Results of small incision ... Liu R, Zhao J, Xu Y, Li M, Niu L, Liu H, Sun L, Chu R, Zhou X (2015). "Femtosecond Laser-Assisted Corneal Small Incision ... SMILE or small incision lenticule extraction) Currently in the US the procedure is only approved for nearsightedness. After the ... The method of extraction can be via a Lasik type flap, but more recently a flapless technique makes a small tunnel incision in ...
*  Incisions
... is the third studio album by American deathcore band Oceano. The album was released on October 1, 2013 on Earache ... "Incisions , Oceano , Compact Discs , Reviews @ Ultimate-Guitar.Com". Ultimate Guitar. Retrieved December 23, 2013. ... "Incisions", and also announced the album's release date. Band line-up Adam Warren - vocals, lyrics Devin Shidaker - lead guitar ...
*  Transurethral incision of the prostate
... (TUIP or TIP) is a surgical procedure for treating prostate gland enlargement (benign ... prostatic hyperplasia). Transurethral incision of the prostate--one or two small cuts in the prostate gland-can improve urine ...
*  Limbal relaxing incisions
... (LRI) are a refractive surgical procedure to correct minor astigmatism in the eye. Incisions are made ... Good results do not require the location and length of the incisions to be highly precise. And the incisions can easily be ... Because the incisions are outside of the field of view, they do not cause glare and other visual effects that result from other ...
*  Aaron Leaney
"bug incision :: releases". Retrieved 18 April 2016. Aaron Leaney official site Bug Incision Records. ...
*  Incised
Incision (disambiguation). ...
*  Cardiac surgery
The main advantage to this is the size of the incision required: three small holes instead of an incision big enough for the ... Incision care is needed to avoid infection and minimize scarring. Swelling and loss of appetite are common. Recovery from open ... As an alternative to open heart surgery, which involves a five- to eight-inch incision in the chest wall, a surgeon may perform ... Incision Care". my.clevelandclinic.org. Retrieved 2016-07-08. "What to Expect After Heart Surgery" (PDF). sts.org. Retrieved 8 ...