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Percutaneous insertion of a cecostomy tube, performed under local anesthesia, to facilitate antegrade colonic cleansing, has been an invaluable advance in the management of fecal incontinence. However, the patient is left with a length of tubing (2 to 4 inches) protruding from the cecostomy site...
The ultrasonically activated scalpel is a high-frequency oscillating instrument that is reported to have a decreased dispersion of energy to surrounding tissues during use. To determine if this effect is beneficial and safe to surrounding tissue, it was used on anesthetized adolescent swine to...
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