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Arterial Anatomy of the Anterior Abdominal Wall: Evidence-Based Safe Sites for Instrumentation based on Radiological Analysis of 100 Patients.

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Multiple medical interventions require percutaneous instrumentation of the anterior abdominal wall, all of which carry a potential for vascular trauma. We assessed the presence, position and size of the anterior abdominal wall superior and inferior (deep) epigastric arteries to determine the safest site with respect to vascular anatomy of the rectus sheath.

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Name: Clinical anatomy (New York, N.Y.)
ISSN: 1098-2353
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