This patient with focal left lower-quadrant pain is a candidate for anesthetic trigger point injections in the affected area near her Pfannenstiel incision
Loos et al found recurrent Pfannenstiel incision
to be a significant risk factor for chronic pain (9), but our data did not show an increased incidence of chronic pain among patients who had a previous caesarean delivery.
A critical review of the Pfannenstiel incision
in obstetrics and gynaecology.
We describe a rare case of hernia appendicitis through a Pfannenstiel incision
All patients had a Pfannenstiel incision
and all skin sutures were inserted subcutaneously: PGA (absorbable), straight needle size 2/0, continuous suture (Ethicon); nylon (non-absorbable) monofilament, curved needle size 2-0, interrupted sutures (Clinisut); and staples (interrupted placement) (Smith & Nephew)).
Somatic pain after a Pfannenstiel incision
corresponds to the L1-L2 dermatomes and is transmitted by the iliohypogastric and ilio-inguinal (IHII) nerves.
Complete evaluation of the myometrial thickness likely could not have been accomplished through a Pfannenstiel incision
MAUI, HAWAII -- A Pfannenstiel incision
is as likely to come apart as a vertical one, despite what some medical textbooks maintain about its superior strength.
Abdomen was opened through pfannenstiel incision
and uterus through transverse lower segment incision baby was delivered along with placenta, uterus stitched in double layer.
Supracervical hysterectomy (SCH) via a Pfannenstiel incision
in women with a body mass index less than 25 kg/[m.
A myomectomy by Pfannenstiel incision
, eventless, with little blood loss, was performed on the patient.