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Showing PubMed Articles 126–145 of 145 from Hernia : the journal of hernias and abdominal wall surgery

Laparoscopic extraperitoneal repair versus open inguinal hernia repair: 20-year follow-up of a randomized controlled trial.

This study compared the long-term recurrence rates of laparoscopic totally extraperitoneal (TEP) and open inguinal hernia repair in patients from a randomised trial completed in 1994. Laparoscopic inguinal hernia surgery, especially TEP repair, has gained widespread acceptance in recent years. There is still paucity of data on long-term follow-up comparing recurrence rates for open and laparoscopic techniques. This is the first study providing direct long-term comparative data about these techniques.

The effect of smoking on surgical outcomes in ventral hernia repair: a propensity score matched analysis of the National Surgical Quality Improvement Program data.

Although studies have implicated smoking as a positive predictor of post-operative outcomes in inguinal hernia repair, its impact on ventral hernia repair (VHR) is not as clear. This study aims to fill this gap by investigating the impact of smoking on developing adverse 30-day post-operative outcomes in VHR.

Diagnosis of inguinal hernia by prone- vs. supine-position computed tomography.

The aim of this study was to investigate the efficacy of prone-position computed tomography (CT) for detecting and classifying inguinal hernia relative to supine-position CT before laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair.

Umbilical hernia repair in pregnant patients: review of the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program.

Umbilical hernias present commonly during pregnancy secondary to increased intra-abdominal pressure. As a result, umbilical hernia incarceration or strangulation may affect pregnant females. The purpose of this study is to detail the operative management and 30-day outcomes of umbilical hernias in pregnant patients using the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (ACS-NSQIP).

Primary ventral or groin hernia in pregnancy: a cohort study of 20,714 women.

Prevalence, management, and risk of emergency operation for primary ventral or groin hernia in pregnancy are unknown. The objective of this study was to estimate the prevalences of primary ventral or groin hernia in pregnancy and the potential risks for elective and emergency repair.

Surgical sutures: coincidence or experience?

Knotting sutures by hand is still important in daily surgical routine, especially laparotomy closure. The expectation is that hand suturing relies on the experience and subjective estimation of the surgeon. The aim of this study was to investigate whether hand suturing tension is reproducible and if surgical experience influences reproducibility.

Invited comment to: Open retromuscular large mesh reconstruction of lumbar incisional hernias including the atrophic muscular area. Y. Renard, L. de Mestier, A. Cagniet et al.

Comparison of mesh fixation and non-fixation in laparoscopic totally extraperitoneal inguinal hernia repair.

The purpose of this study was to compare laparoscopic total extraperitoneal (TEP) hernia repair procedures with or without mesh fixation for non-recurrent inguinal hernia.

Linked hospital and primary care database analysis of the impact of short-term complications on recurrence in laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair.

To study the effects of short-term complications on recurrence following laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair using routine data.

The feasibility of local anesthesia for the surgical treatment of umbilical hernia: a systematic review of the literature.

Yearly approximately 4500 umbilical hernias are repaired in The Netherlands, mostly under general anesthesia. The use of local anesthesia has shown several advantages in groin hernia surgery. Local anesthesia might be useful in the treatment of umbilical hernia as well. However, convincing evidence is lacking. We have conducted a systematic review on safety, feasibility, and advantages of local anesthesia for umbilical hernia repair.

Open retromuscular large mesh reconstruction of lumbar incisional hernias including the atrophic muscular area.

Lumbar incisional hernias (LIH) are a rare wall defect, whose surgical management is challenging because no recommendation exists. Moreover, LIH are frequently associated with flank bulging which should be taken into account during LIH surgical repair. We aimed to describe a cohort of patients operated on for LIH using a homogeneous surgical technique and to report surgical outcomes.

Contemporary thoughts on the management of Spigelian hernia.

Spigelian hernias are said to be a rare condition of the elderly population, usually arising below the arcuate line. Local experience has led us to challenge these commonly held beliefs.

First 200 consecutive transumbilical single-incision laparoscopic TEPs.

Endoscopic pre-peritoneal mesh repair (TEP) through single-incision laparoscopy (SIL) permits placement of a large mesh through a final millimetric umbilical scar. This prospective study evaluates the first 200 consecutive SILTEPs performed by a single surgeon.

Abdominal wall reinforcement: biologic vs. degradable synthetic devices.

New biodegradable synthetic and biologic hernia implants have been promoted for rapid integration and tissue reinforcement in challenging repairs, e.g. at the hiatus or in contaminated wound fields. Interestingly, experimental data to support or falsify this assumption is scarce.

Surgical treatment of large incisional hernias with intraperitoneal composite mesh: a cohort study.

Patients with large incisional hernias have significant morbidity and their management is a challenge for the surgical team because of the large abdominal wall involvement. The choice of surgical technique is still controversial. The purpose of this study is to analyze the predictive factors for recurrence after intraperitoneal mesh repair in patients with large incisional hernias.

Creation of a novel risk score for surgical site infection and occurrence after ventral hernia repair.

Complex ventral hernia repair (VHR) is a common surgical operation but carries a risk of complications from surgical site infections (SSI) and occurrences (SSO). We aimed to create a predictive risk score to identify patients at increased risk for SSO or SSI within 30 days of surgery.

A case of combined laparoscopic reduction and open preperitoneal mesh repair for incarcerated small bowel in a retroperitoneal hernia between the external and internal iliac vessels.

We report a rare case of an incarcerated retroperitoneal hernia with or involving the small bowel through the orifice between the right external and internal iliac vessels. A 39-year-old woman was admitted to our hospital because of vomiting and abdominal pain. She had a history of right oophorocystectomy and appendectomy. Abdominal computed tomography revealed small bowel obstruction resulting from an incarcerated retroperitoneal hernia. The small bowel herniated into the retroperitoneal fossa through the ...

Male infertility following inguinal hernia repair: a systematic review and pooled analysis.

The aim of this systematic review is to establish the clinical impact of open (mesh and/or without mesh) and laparoscopic hernia repair (transabdominal pre-peritoneal (TAP) and/or totally extra-peritoneal (TEP)) on male fertility. The incidence of male infertility following various types of inguinal hernia repair is currently unknown. The lack of high-quality evidence has led to various speculations, suggestions and reliance on anecdotal experience in the clinical practice.

Substantial variation among hernia experts in the decision for treatment of patients with incisional hernia: a descriptive study on agreement.

Benign elective procedures give rise to heterogeneity in indication for surgery and surgical technique among specialized surgeons in a variety of surgical fields. The objective was to analyze the extent of agreement in surgical management among expert hernia surgeons when evaluating the same patient in a standardized setting.

Repair of recurrent hernia is often performed at a different clinic.

The aim of this study was to assess the extent of reoperations after hernia repair in Denmark that are being performed at a different facility than the primary repair and thereby investigate whether or not reoperation is a reliable basis for assessment of personal- or facility recurrence rates.


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