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Attempted Surgical Treatment of Gluteal Abscess - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing

 

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Attempted Surgical Treatment of Gluteal Abscess - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This exhibit features side cut-away views of the buttock/gluteal region illustrating the progression of a gluteal abscess following celestone injection. In this exhibit, these images illustrate the basic procedure for surgical drainage, aspiration of a gluteal abscess. The first three images on the top illustrate a simple drainage with wick placement. The second set of images on the bottom illustrate a needle aspiration without wick placement.

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