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Stoma reversal might lead to stoma site incisional hernias. Recently, prophylactic mesh reinforcement of the stoma site has gained increased attention, supporting the need for accurate data on stoma site incisional hernia incidence and risk factors to identify high-risk patients. The aim of this study was to assess incidence, risk factors, and prevention of stoma site incisional hernias.
Parastomal hernia (PSH), defined as an incisional hernia at the abdominal wall defect resulting from stoma formation, is a frequent complication of enterostomy (ileostomy and jejunostomy), colostomy, and urostomy. A growing body of evidence supports the use of prophylactic mesh at the time of stoma creation to prevent the development of PSH. In particular, the use of permanent mesh has been supported in the creation of an end colostomy, and prophylactic mesh has been studied for use in other types of stoma....
Primary ventral hernia (PVH) and incisional hernia (IH) repair using a mesh appears to reduce hernia recurrence. However, are the benefits of mesh offset in part by mesh-related complications? The aim of this study was to compare placement of a mesh versus simple suture for recurrence and postoperative complications in the repair of PVH or IH.
Given the difficulty of durable repairs, there is continued interest in hernia prevention. One emerging prevention technique for parastomal hernias is prophylactic mesh placement, whereby mesh is inserted during the index procedure as hernia prophylaxis. We evaluated our experience using prophylactic mesh when creating an ileal conduit.
Ventral hernias are a common surgical issue and a myriad of surgical mesh designs has been developed for their treatment. Many of these new mesh designs have not been extensively tested and their complications rates are largely unknown. The C-QUR V-Patch Mesh combines a unique knit construction polypropylene mesh with an omega-3 fatty acid coating. There has only previously been one reported study investigating this mesh.
The principal approach to abdominal wall reconstruction requires implantation of mesh to decrease ventral hernia recurrence. This study compared current surgical outcomes and complications by location of anatomic mesh placement following ventral hernia repair with onlay, interposition, retromuscular, or underlay mesh reconstruction.
Impact of Operative Times and Mesh Utilization on Paraesophageal Hernia Repair: Analysis of 30-Day Outcomes from the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Project Database.
Using mesh to buttress the crural repair following a paraesophageal hernia repair remains controversial. This article evaluates recent trends in laparoscopic paraesophageal hernia repairs and analyzes the impact of mesh and operative time on postoperative morbidity.
In some patients with recurrent inguinal hernias who have undergone previous laparoscopic herniorrhaphy, dissecting the entire posterior wall is difficult due to mesh adhesion. We applied a novel transabdominal preperitoneal (TAPP) hernioplasty technique that involves closing of the hernia defect and implantation of a newly added mesh while preserving the pre-existing mesh for inguinal hernia recurrence after laparoscopic herniorrhaphy. This study was performed to evaluate this novel technique for treatment...
Abdominal intercostal hernia repair for huge incisional hernia after thoracoabdominal surgery involves a complex anatomical structure. Hence, it is difficult to apply the laparoscopic approach to large hernias in the lateral upper abdomen. Further the optimal approach to mesh exposure without infection after incisional hernia repair is still controversial. Herein, we describe our experience of repairing a huge abdominal intercostal hernia by mesh trimming and suture reconstruction for wound dehiscence.
It is well accepted that the use of mesh has facilitated and improved outcomes following repair of the complex abdominal hernias. Current mesh options include biologic, synthetic, and resorbable materials. The use of biologic materials for the repair and reinforcement of abdominal wall hernia has generated significant discussion. There are a variety of biologic mesh materials that are currently available that are derived from various sources including human, porcine, or bovine. All are processed for heterog...
Abdominal wall hernia repair is one of the most common operations done by general surgeons today. Patients with incisional hernias can be extremely challenging to manage due to a number of factors that include obesity, prior hernia repairs, previous mesh placement, loss of domain, and other variables. The approach to patients with incisional hernias has evolved considerably over the last 20 years due to both advances in mesh technology and surgical approaches. Key factors in a successful outcome include mod...
Selection of mesh for ventral hernia repair and abdominal wall reconstruction can be challenging. Since the adoption of a tension-free mesh repair, the recurrence rates and outcomes after ventral hernia repair have substantially improved. The market for medical prostheses is constantly changing, with new technology in development attempting to create the ideal mesh for each clinical scenario. Permanent mesh is typically used for clean wounds. The various mesh materials, density, and pore sizes are discussed...
A 75-year-old woman underwent laparoscopic abdominoperineal resection. Four months after abdominoperineal resection, the patient complained of a perineal bulge and urination disorder. Abdominal CT showed protrusion of the small intestine and bladder to the perineum. The patient underwent laparoscopic hernia repair with mesh. The size of the hernial orifice was 7.0 × 9.0 cm, and it had no solid rim. The mesh was tacked ventrally to the pectineal ligament and dorsally to the sacrum, and then sutured ...
Incisional and parastomal hernias continue to be vexing problems for patients and surgeons. Risk factors are generally patient-related and/or technical in nature, and in some cases, can be altered, resulting in improved outcomes. Improved fascial closure techniques can only partly reduce the risk of incisional hernia formation. Even under optimal circumstances, using time tested closure techniques and materials, the rate remains high, due primarily to factors that are not modifiable or are unidentifiable. I...
Perineal hernia after abdominoperineal resection (APR) is a rare complication, and no standard surgical procedures are established. We describe a simple laparoscopic mesh implantation technique utilizing a large synthetic flat mesh.
The use of extraperitoneal mesh in place of intra-peritoneal mesh is gaining popularity in laparoscopic ventral hernia repair. We have adopted a robotic assisted laparoscopic technique using a lateral single-dock robotic access with retromuscular mesh placement after opening the ipsilateral posterior rectus fascia. In this study, we wanted to evaluate the changes in operative times during the initial experience with this novel technique.
Patients undergoing complex ventral hernia repair (VHR) often present with significant medical comorbidities, the most prevalent of which is obesity. Although recent advancements in abdominal wall reconstruction techniques have provided the general hernia patient population with markedly improved recurrence and postoperative complication rates, many patients have been precluded from these procedures owing to excessive body mass index (BMI). In this study, we investigate the viability of complex ventral hern...
Parastomal hernia is the most common complication after stoma creation. They can create significant morbidity and are associated with a lower quality of life. Current parastomal hernia repair techniques and outcomes are not well characterized. We aimed to describe patient characteristics, operative techniques, and outcomes of patients undergoing parastomal hernia repair.
This study evaluated the manufacturing method and anti-adhesion properties of a new composite mesh in the rat model, which was made from sirolimus (SRL) grafts on a poly(L-lactic acid) (PLLA)-modified polypropylene (PP) hernia mesh.
Despite the frequency with which inguinal hernia repairs (IHR) are performed, the real-world comparative effectiveness of laparoscopic versus open repairs is not well established. We compared the rate of recurrent inguinal hernia after laparoscopic and open mesh procedures.
There are a number of papers discussing medical and mechanical aspects of ventral hernia management. Despite intensive work on the problem understanding, recurrences of the sickness still happen too often. For that reason, new aspects of the problem must be considered. In this article, a change in the abdominal implant's stiffness is discussed, which is caused by cyclic loading. Such loading influence abdominal implant, for example, while patient is coughing or exercising. For the first time, this stiffness...
Using synthetic mesh to buttress the crural repair during laparoscopic hiatal hernia repair may be associated with dysphagia and esophageal erosions, while a biologic mesh is expensive and does not decrease long-term recurrence rates. This study documents outcomes of laparoscopic paraesophageal hernia repairs using the falciform ligament to reinforce the crural repair.
To date, no gold standard for the surgical treatment of femoral hernia exists. Pure tissue repair as well as mesh/plug implantation, open or laparoscopic, are the most performed methods. Nevertheless, all these techniques need sutures or mesh fixation. This implies the risk of damaging sensitive structures of the femoral area, along with complications related to tissue tear and postoperative discomfort consequent to poor quality mesh incorporation. The present retrospective multicenter case series highlight...