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figure 24-4 Modifications of the patient's position to facilitate additional access to one hemithorax or both. View from the head of the table. A, Longitudinal roll to the right of midline with partial abduction of the arm allows access to the right hemithorax. B, Lateral tilt of the table levels the cervicomediastinal field for initial anterior access. C, Midline roll and appropriate arm positioning allows access to either or both hemithoraces, with side tilt ofthe table.

figure 24-5 Management of an existing tracheostomy. A, A low stoma is included in the collar incision. B, A high stoma is usually separately exposed by a short incision parallel to the low collar incision. If the collar incision was placed high in the neck and a vertical extension was later necessary for upper mediastinal exposure, then the resulting scar would likely form a cervical tether.

figure 24-5 Management of an existing tracheostomy. A, A low stoma is included in the collar incision. B, A high stoma is usually separately exposed by a short incision parallel to the low collar incision. If the collar incision was placed high in the neck and a vertical extension was later necessary for upper mediastinal exposure, then the resulting scar would likely form a cervical tether.

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