ⓘ Cherney incision

                                     

ⓘ Cherney incision

The Cherney incision is an incision used in gynecologic surgery. It is similar to the Pfannenstiel incision but allows access to the space of Retzius and gives a larger area in which to operate.

                                     
  • The average length of the incision is approximately 24 to 30 inches. Cherney incision Cherney described a transverse incision that allows excellent surgical
  • upper urological tract. Cherney Incision developed in 1941 by the American uro - gynecologic surgeon Leonid Sergius Cherney 1908 1963 Globally, there
  • Collea 2003 Malpresentation Cord Prolapse Chapter 21 In Alan H. De Cherney ed. Current Obstetric Gynecologic Diagnosis Treatment. Lauren Nathan
  • Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams Wilkins. p. 161. ISBN 9780781769372. Alan H. De Cherney T. Murphy Goodwin et al., eds. 2007 Current diagnosis treatment :
  • Extraperitoneal with Cherney Modification Case history 23 min., color PMF 5207B 1952 - Caesarean Section, Low Cervical Paramedian Incision Actual case
  • medical therapies to the internal structures of the body through very small incisions or body orifices. The range of techniques is broadly classified into two
  • Intensive Care Manual. McGraw - Hill Professional. ISBN 978 - 0 - 07 - 006696 - 0. De Cherney AH, Nathan L 2003 Current Obstetric Gynecologic Diagnosis Treatment