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Parastomal Repair 

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medical illustration of A stoma passes through the muscles of the abdominal wall creating a potential site of weakness. Sometimes the muscles come away from the edges of the stoma creating a hernia. This procedure demonstrates the repair of a parastomal hernia with a biological graft.
Next medical illustration of Calluses occur more often and build up faster on the feet of people with diabetes because of high-pressure areas under the foot. This image was part of a series of patient education illustrations about potential complications from diabetes.

Foot Callus

A stoma passes through the muscles of the abdominal wall creating a potential site of weakness. Sometimes the muscles come away from the edges of the stoma creating a hernia. This procedure demonstrates the repair of a parastomal hernia with a biological graft.

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