Heterotopic Ossification During a Ventral Hernia Repair Heterotopic Ossification During a Ventral Hernia Repair
In this report, a case of heterotopic ossification is observed in a patient who presented for ventral hernia repair.ePlasty, Open Access Journal of Plastic Surgery
ConclusionIn our experience of almost 30 years we have been able to experiment and refine more and more the sutureless technique proposed by Trabucco for the treatment of primitive inguinal hernia, peer to peer, improving the local anaesthesia and the ability to detect hidden defects during the repair (Spigelian included), reducing the width of the incisions and tractions on the tissues, introducing the concept of a gentle and bloodless “finger surgery” according to a minimally invasive, extremely anatomic, safe, inexpensive, very effective anterior open approach.
ConclusionOur results demonstrate that the use of disposable wound protectors provides superior surgical exposure for a given incision length compared to traditional techniques in the repair of ventral and open inguinal hernia repairs.
Abstract“The majority of hernias can be satisfactorily repaired by using the tissues at hand. The use of mesh prosthesis should be restricted to those few hernias in which tension or lack of good fascial structures prevents a secure primary repair. This group includes large direct inguinal hernias and inc isional hernias in which the defect is too large to close primarily without undue tension. Most recurrent hernias, because of this factor are best repaired with mesh prosthesis”. These words, penned in 1960 by Francis Usher have reconfirmed what had been a mantra of the Shouldice Hospital (Usher i n 81:847&nda...
ConclusionsThe use of BM to reinforce a pure tissue IH repair is safe and effective. The recurrence rate is comparable to short- and long-term synthetic mesh IH repair with less complications and pain than the use of synthetic mesh as reported in the literature.
Publication date: Available online 18 May 2019Source: Advances in SurgeryAuthor(s): Javier Otero, Andrew T. Huber, B. Todd Heniford
To improve opioid stewardship for umbilical hernia repair in children.
ConclusionHernia surgery, although an everyday event for many practitioners, requires the same rigor as all other visceral surgery.
Publication date: Available online 17 May 2019Source: Cirugía Española (English Edition)Author(s): Irene Mirón Fernández, Cristina Rodríguez Silva, José Rivas Becerra, Julio Santoyo Santoyo
ConclusionsElevated PSA levels can be a warning before doing a combination of TEP and TURP surgery because they can show signs of infection. However, further research is needed to ascertain the relationship between elevated PSA levels and complications of combination TEP and TURP surgery.