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the result of cutting

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Similar findings at the site of stab incision during convalescence period and complete reestablishment of corneal trans-parency within 18-21 days has been reported by Buchoo et al.
Stab incisions were made in the lid approximately 2 mm from the lid margin to avoid the lash roots and are made just lateral to the upper punctum and approximately 3 mm from the lateral canthus.
Hence it is necessary to make stab incision under lapascope guidance to avoid damage to tiny, major blood vessels or internal organs.
After locating the site of fracture, the proximal bone fragment was elevated and an intramedullary pin (3mm) which almost filled the diameter of medullary canal was inserted into the proximal fragment and pin was withdrawn through skin after making stab incision at the trochanteric fossa.
A stab incision was given on the external surface of abscess with a sterilized surgical blade and all the purulent discharges was drained out manually.
Two stab incisions were made through skin and orbicularis to reach tarsal plate.
The insertion of the screws can be done either through the skin incisions or additional stab incisions.
Two round, fluted drains were passed through separate stab incisions and placed between superficial investing fascia and the superior flap.
Physical examination demonstrated a well healed, lateral-sided incision, which was approximately 6 inches in length along with four stab incisions proximally which had been used for percutaneous diaphyseal screw insertion.