Recurrent Hernia: Prevention and Treatment

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Volker Schumpelick, Robert J. Fitzgibbons
Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 9, 2007 - Medical - 434 pages
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Recurrence is a significant public health problem. So, this fourth Suvretta meeting, held in February 2006 is intended to concentrate on this problem. Technical nuances of the various operations have been discussed to pursue consensus concerning the best techniques. Methods were explored to improve surgeons' education and look into the multifactorial etiologies to understand the biology of hernia recurrence better.
 

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Contents

Present State of Failure Rates Clinical Studies and Epidemiological Database Short and LongTerm
3
12 Incisional Hernia
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13 Hiatal Hernia
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14 Results of Unpublished Studies
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Recurrence as a Problem of the Trainee
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Failures in Hernia Surgery Done by Experts
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III
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Pervasive CoMorbidity and Abdominal Herniation an Outline
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242 The Local Patch
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243 Laparoscopic Parastomal Hernia Repair
233
244 Reasons for Recurrence After Laparoscopic Treatment of Parastomal Hernias
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245 Meshes in Recurrent Incisional Hernias
242
246 How to Treat the Recurrent Incisional Hernia Laparoscopically Fixation
247
XI
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How to Create a Recurrence
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252 Shouldice
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NonSurgical Risk Factors for Recurrence of Hernia
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The Instable Scar
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Biomaterials Disturbing Factors in Cell CrossTalk and Gene Regulation
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IV
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Technical Pitfalls and Factors that Promote Recurrence Small Defects Following Surgical Treatment of Hiatal Hernia
67
Anatomical Limitations of Surgical Techniques
80
Prevention by Selection?
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VI
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The Failed Laparoscopic Hiatal Hernia Repair Making it Better at Redo Operation
89
Change of Technique With or Without Mesh?
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Some Laparoscopic Hiatal Hernia Repairs Fail Impact of Mesh and Mesh Material in Crural Repair
107
Concluding Remarks
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VII
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Finding the Best Abdominal Closure An EvidenceBased Overview of the Literature
116
Closure of Transverse Incisions
123
Biological Reasons for an Incisional Hernia
129
Technical Pitfalls Favouring Incisional Hernia
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172 Technical Pitfalls Favouring Incisional Hernia From an Expert in Laparoscopic Surgery
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Bioprostheses Are They the Future of IncisionalAcquired Hernia Repair?
150
Concluding Remarks
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IX
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Whom to Operate?
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How to Create a Recurrence After Incisional Hernia Repair
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202 Open Onlay Mesh Reconstruction for Incisional Hernia
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203 Technical Factors Predisposing to Recurrence After Minimally Invasive Incisional Herniorrhaphy
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Anatomical Limitations Where Are the Layers?
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Biomechanical Data Hernia Mechanics Hernia Size Overlap and Mesh Fixation
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Concluding Remarks
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X
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Open Repair
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Incision Crossing the Linea Semilunaris
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233 Closure of a Laparostomy
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234 Onlay
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235 LongTerm Results of Reconstructing Large Abdominal Wall Defects With the Components Separation Method
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236 Redo Following Mesh Repair
212
237 Trocar and Small Incisional Hernia
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Laparoscopical Repair
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253 Lichtenstein
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254 Plug and PHS Technique
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255 Transabdominal Preperitoneal TAPP Inguinal Hernia Repair
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256 TEP
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257 GPRVS
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258 Anaesthesia and Recurrence in Groin Hernia Repair
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How to Treat Recurrent Inguinal Hernia
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262 Open Mesh Repair
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263 TAPP
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264 TEP
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XIII
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Recurrence and Infection Correlation and Measures to Decrease the Incidence of Both
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Inguinal Hernia Recurrence and Pain
317
Recurrence and Mesh Material
320
Mesh Explantation in the Groin
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The Mesh and the Spermatic Cord
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Principle Actions for ReRecurrences
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XV
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Laparoscopic Repair of Recurrent Childhood Inguinal Hernias After Open Herniotomy
347
The Femoral Hernia the BÍte Noire of Hernias
352
The Umbilical Hernia
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Parastomal Hernia Prevention and Treatment
365
Central Mesh Rupture Myth or Real Concern?
371
Personal Comment to the Paper of E Schippers
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XVII
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Improved Teaching and Technique
378
Analyzing Reasons and ReOperation for the Inguinal Hernias Recurring After MeshPlug Procedure
383
Standard Procedures for Standard Patients?
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Tailored Approach for NonStandard Patients
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Identification of the Patients at Risk for Recurrent Hernia Disease
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The Biological Treatment of the Hernia Disease
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Pharmacological Treatment of the Hernia Disease
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XVIII
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Questionnaire 39 Participants
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XIX
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Subject Index
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