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Vascular Arteries during Abdominal Surgery

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When doing abdominal surgery, are there any major arteries in the skin or fatty tissue before you reach the stomach that need to be cut?


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replied August 8th, 2007
Digestive and Bowel Disorders Answer A1177
No, there aren’t any major arteries in the skin or in the fatty tissue of the abdomen.


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