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Abdominal Wall Morphometric Variability Based On Computed Tomography: Influence Of Age, Gender, And Body Mass Index

Introduction: Ventral hernia surgery does not usually account for the individuality of the abdominal wall anatomy. This could be both because medical imaging is rarely performed before surgery and because data on abdominal...

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Éventrations Postopératoires

Le terme éventration est souvent imprécis en langue française puisqu’il est utilisé tantôt pour la hernie primaire de la ligne blanche (ventral hernia), tantôt pour la hernie survenant sur une incision ou un traumatisme...

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Risk Factors For Incarceration In Patients With Pr

Abdominal wall hernias may result in pain, discomfort and aesthetic dissatisfaction and remain an important surgical challenge [1]. Moreover, hernias may be associated with significant morbidity and in rare cases mortality...

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Two-Year Patient-Related Outcome Measures (Prom) O

Primary ventral and incisional hernias of the abdominal wall are common, pose significant medical issues, and are associated with an economic burden [1, 2]. They may be unsightly, cause pain, interfere with professional activities...

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Accreditation And Certification Requirements For H

"Medicine is continuing to evolve and this is true more so than ever before with a notable direct relation to several possible major factors including substantial changes in the health care systems, progressive scientific advances,...

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Patient‐Reported Outcome Measures 2 Years After Tr

Even for small abdominal hernias, mesh repair reduces the recurrence rate [1] but could entail serious adverse events.[2] Intraperitoneal patches implanted through a small direct route have been widely used despite sparse clinical...

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Facteurs De Sélection Et D’échec Des Cures D’évent

Les éventrations représentent une situation fréquente dans les suites d’une chirurgie abdominale. En effet, on estime qu’elles compliquent 12,8 % des laparotomies médianes [1]. Environ 35 000 cures d’éventrations...

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Patient’s Satisfaction At 2 Years After Groin Hern

Hernia repair (HR) is the most frequent operation performed by general surgeons worldwide [1, 2]. The choice of surgical technique for inguinal hernia repair is a matter of debate. According to the European Hernia Society guidelines...

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Primary And Incisional Ventral Hernias Are Differe

Primary (PH) and incisional ventral hernias (IH) are very common conditions. In the USA alone, over 300,000 ventral hernia repairs are performed annually [1]. Around 75% of these hernia repairs are performed for primary ventral...

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Comparison Of Hernia Registries: The Core Project

Randomized clinical trials (RCTs) and meta-analyses are considered the gold standard of evidence-based medicine nowadays [1]. The strength of RCTs rests on their excellent internal validity, which is based largely on the power...

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Comment To: Outpatient Groin Hernia Repair: Assess

Dear editor,

We read the report on “Outpatient groin hernia repair” with a great interest [1]. Drissi et al. concluded that “More than 74% of the patients benefited from outpatient surgery for GHR with a poor...

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Identification Of Risk Factors For 30-Day Postoper

Ventral hernia repair is a common surgical procedure, with >300,000 repairs being performed each year in the United States alone. Of these hernia repairs, ≈ 75% are performed for primary ventral hernias (mainly epigastric...

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Efficience Des Renforts De Paroi En Situation À Ri

Le marché des renforts de paroi s’est beaucoup diversifié dans les 10 dernières années avec l’arrivée des prothèses biologiques et biosynthétiques. Elles sont de plus en plus utilisées pour les réparations pariétales...

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Outpatient Groin Hernia Repair: Assessment Of 9330

Groin hernia repair (GHR) is a very frequent surgical intervention practiced in daily routine. About 140,000 are performed every year in France according to the "Programme de Médicalisation des Systèmes d’Information" data...

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Mid-Term Outcomes After Percutaneous Cryoablation Of Symptomatic Abdominal Wall Endometriosis: Comparison With Surgery Alone In A Single Institution

Objectives To compare the outcomes of percutaneous image-guided cryoablation of symptomatic abdominal wall endometriosis (AWE) versus surgery alone.

Methods From 2004 to 2016, cryoablation or surgery...

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Comment To: The Transinguinal Preperitoneal Techni

Comparing the modified Lichtenstein technique with the ProGrip patch, to the TIPP technique with the Polysoft patch, is interesting, since both methods are aimed at improving the patient’s comfort [1].

According to...

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Hernies Inguinales Et De L'aine

Selon le Programme de médicalisation des systèmes d’information (PMSI), la cure de hernie inguinale et de l’aine (HI) représente 140 000 procédures chirurgicales en France chaque année, effectuées le plus souvent...

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Éventrations De La Paroi Abdominale Antérolatérale

Les éventrations, ou hernies incisionnelles, représentent une situation fréquente dans les suites d’une chirurgie abdominale puisqu’on estime qu’elles compliquent environ 12,8 % des laparotomies médianes [1]. Environ...

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External Validation Of The European Hernia Society

Incisional hernia remains a frequent complication after abdominal surgery, with incidence rates of 10% to 30% after midline laparotomies, depending on risk factors. This incidence leads to a high number of hernia repair operations....

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First Year Preliminary Results On The Use Of A Mon

The wide use of meshes has reduced the inci- dence of recurrences after ventral hernia re- pairs, but at long-term follow-up, the benefits attributable to mesh might be offset in part by mesh-related complications either after...

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Abbreviated Laparotomy Or Damage Control Laparotomy: Why, When And How To Do It?

Summary The goal of abbreviated laparotomy is to treat severely injured patients whose condition requires an immediate surgical operation but for whom a prolonged procedure would worsen physiological impairment and metabolic...

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Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair Using A Novel I

The use of a surgical mesh is currently considered the gold standard for ventral hernia repair [1]. The prosthesis can be implanted in various positions, including the onlay, retromuscular or intraperitoneal positions, and...

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The Economic Burden Of Incisional Ventral Hernia R

Incisional hernias are a frequent complication of abdominal surgery and some patient variables including obesity, postoperative surgical site infections and the presence of abdominal aortic aneurysm have been identified as...

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Traitement Coelioscopique Des Hernies De L'aine Étranglées

Traditionnellement, le traitement chirurgical en urgence d'une hernie étranglée est réalisé par un abord direct, avec du fait du risque infectieux une contre-indication à l'emploi de matériel prothétique. La place de...

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European Hernia Society Guidelines On The Closure

Background

Incisional hernias are a frequent complication of abdominal wall incisions, but a wide range of incisional hernia rates are reported [1–6]. The weighted mean incisional hernia rate at 23.8 months was 12.8...

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Lateral Incisional Hernia After Renal Transplantation: A Comparative Study

Background Because of the lack of published data and the relative rarity of lateral incisional hernias (LIHs), especially after renal transplantation, mesh repair of LIH remains a challenge for surgeons. The aim of...

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Hernies De L’aine : L’échographie, Un Examen Inuti

De tout temps, la hernie de l’aine a fait couler beaucoup d’encre en raison de sa fréquence, de sa tendance à la récidive et de l’incapacité temporaire aux activités physiques générée par son traitement. La France...

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Reply To: Invited Comment "Chronic Pain And Qualit

Dear Editors,

We would like to thank D.C. Chen and P. Amid for their kind comments about our paper entitled Chronic pain and quality of life (QoL) after transinguinal pre-peritoneal (TIPP) inguinal hernia repair using...

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Chronic Pain And Quality Of Life (Qol) After Trans

Postoperative chronic pain and patient’s quality of life (QoL) currently constitute the main issues for hernia sur- geons. According to EHS guidelines [1], the best results regarding these points are provided by the laparoscopic...

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Recommendations For Reporting Outcome Results In A

The EuraHS (European Registry for Abdominal Wall HerniaS) working group was formed under the auspices of the European Hernia Society (EHS) board in 2009. An online platform for registration and outcome measurement of operations...

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Éventrations. Prothèses Infectées : Traitement Et

En chirurgie propre (Altemeier I), la présence d’une prothèse n’augmente pas l’incidence des infections. Les infections de prothèse sont plus fréquentes et plus graves en ventral qu’en inguinal. L’ablation de...

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Évaluation Des Implants De Refection De Paroi, De

L’évaluation présentée dans ce rapport a été effectuée dans le cadre de la révision des descriptions génériques telle que prévue par le décret n° 2004-1419 du 23 décembre 2004 relatif à la prise en charge des...

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Laparoscopic Resorbable Mesh Fixation. Assessment

Primary musculo fascial repair leads to a high rate of recur- rences, particularly in obese patients [1–3]. These arguments encourage surgeons to use synthetic textile devices for wall defect repair. In ventral hernia repair,...

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Amyand And De Garengeot' Hernias

Dear Editor,

We read with great interest the case of an Amyand’s hernia reported by Salemis et al. [1]. Although the presence of an inXammed appendix within a hernia sac rarely occurs (0.13–1% of all cases of appendicitis),...

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Le Risque Opératoire Est-Il Majoré Chez Les Méd

Une idée répandue est que les suites opératoires d’un malade, lorsqu’il est médecin ou lorsqu’il s’agit d’un proche d’un médecin, sont moins simples que celles des autres opérés [1-3]. Cette idée...

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Inguinal Hernia: A Patch Covering Only The Myopect

The wide spread use of mesh procedures in inguinal hernia repair is justified by the rate of failures of suturing methods, which is 10±15% [1, 8, 11]. The actual rate of recurrence after the Shouldice procedure itself is probably...

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Recent Advances In Incisional Hernia Treatment

Incisional hernias are still a frequent complication following abdominal surgery. They occur in 2 to 11% of all laparotomies [Mudge 1985, Pollock 1989]. According to the literature [Georges 1986, Van der Linden 1988, Hesselink...

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Complications In Incisional Hernia Repairs By The

The placement of a retromuscular prefascial prosthesis, as described by Jean Rives in 1973 [Rives 1973, 1987], has become a standard technique in the treatment of large incisional hernias [Flament 1994, 1995, 1997]. It should,...

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Chronic Pain And Cutaneous Sensory Changes After I

The aim of our retrospective study was to quantify the incidence of chronic pain and cutaneous sensory changes among various anterior and posterior hernia repairs and then to compare laparoscopic with open tech- niques. A detailed...

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