Dr. med. Dirk Manski


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Gibson Incision

Urologic Indications

In urology, a gibson incision is used for renal transplantation or as an extraperitoneal approach to the distal ureter with low morbidity.

Preoperative Patient Preparation

Surgical Technique of a Gibson Incision


fig. gibson incision

Gibson incision: the arc-shaped incision starts 2 cm medial to the spina iliaca ant. sup. and is continued to the lateral border of the rectus sheat (3 cm cranial to the inguinal ligament).



Wound closure:

Fascial closure in two layers with continuous running or interrupted sutures: first suture reapproximates the internal oblique and transverse abdominal muscle, second suture closures the external oblique abdominal muscle.






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