Presenting Complaint: Presents for evisceration.
Treatment: Emergency abdominal surgery was performed. A ventral mid-line incision was made and the viscera was examined for lacerations or bleeding after being retracted back through the wound. A small amount of retroperitoneal hemorrhage was noted but this did not worsen through the procedure. There were two foci of sub-serosal hemorrhage on the small intestines but no lacerations to any internal organs were noted. There was a moderate amount of debris in the mesentery and omentum. The abdominal cavity was flushed with copious amounts of sterile saline and the wound was closed with 3-0 ethilon for the external sheath and 3-0 PDS for the skin.