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the result of cutting

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9%); 2 patients required needle aspiration and 2 others underwent incision and drainage.
Bilateral peritonsillar abscess, which is a more serious condition than unilateral abscess, has been classically treated with incision and drainage and in some cases with hot tonsillectomy.
Pus swabs in incision and drainage of perianal abscesses: what is the point?
Intraoperatively, incision and drainage of the nasal septum released copious pus from the septal abscess, and a small piece of necrotic cartilage flowed out from the incision site.
An area of fluctuation heralds the onset of a breast abscess, for which the recommended treatment is a formal incision and drainage under general anaesthesia.
Are antibiotics necessary after incision and drainage of a cutaneous abscess?
The patient underwent incision and drainage of the pre-vertebral abscess via a lateral neck approach on hospital day 8, and his symptoms subsequently resolved.
Aspiration, incision and drainage, and marsupialization are associated with a higher risk of recurrence.
The patient had a surgical scar in the neck along the long axis of the clavicle from his previous incision and drainage.
We performed incision and drainage of the abscess and packed the cavity.