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Acellular dermal graft for repair of abdominal wall defects in rabbits | Gangwar | Journal of the South African Veterinary Association
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Acellular dermal graft for repair of abdominal wall defects in rabbits

A.K. Gangwar, A.K. Sharma, Naveen Kumar, N. Kumar, S.K. Maiti, O.P. Gupta, T.K. Goswami, R. Singh

Journal of the South African Veterinary Association; Vol 77, No 2 (2006), 79-85. doi: 10.4102/jsava.v77i2.349

Submitted: 07 June 2006
Published:  07 June 2006

Abstract

Sixteen clinically healthy New Zealand white rabbits of either sex were divided into 2 equal groups (I and II) of 8 animals each. Under thiopental sodium (2.5 %) anaesthesia a 2 × 3 cm full-thickness abdominal wall defect in the mid-ventral abdominal wall was created and repaired with an acellular dermal graft (ADG) in all the animals of group I (test group). In animals of group II (control group) a full-thickness linear midline abdominal muscular wall incision was made and repaired with a continuous suture pattern using 2-0 nylon.

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Naveen Kumar,
N. Kumar,
S.K. Maiti,
O.P. Gupta,
T.K. Goswami,
R. Singh,

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