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Appendectomy: 40

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The transversus layer is usually too insubstantial to close. The internal oblique is closed by suturing the fascia on its outer surface. Each layer is irrigated to decrease the risk of wound infection.       

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Appendectomy: 41

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The external oblique aponeurosis is closed, also with continuous 4-0 absorbable suture.       

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Appendectomy: 42

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Scarpa's fascia is tacked together with three interrupted sutures.       

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