Suction-assisted lipectomy for the correction of stomal dysfunction

Margulies, Aaron G.; Klein, Frederick A.; Taylor, James W.
February 1998
American Surgeon;Feb1998, Vol. 64 Issue 2, p178
Academic Journal
Describes the authors' experience with suction-assisted lipectomy for abdominal wall molding in selected patients in an attempt to simplify appliance application and lengthen appliance life. Technique of suction-assisted lipectomy; Problems caused by poorly fitting appliances for fecal or urinary bowel stoma diversions; Decription of loop ileostomy and Turnbull stoma.


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