Laparoscopic Hernia Repair

Author: Michael S. Kavic
Editor: Harwood Academic Pub
ISBN: 9789057025389
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Laparoscopic Hernia Repair is a detailed exposition of this procedure written by a practicing general surgeon who has extensive experience in laparoscopic techniques. The book details newly revealed laparoscopic anatomy and presents a practical approach to hernia repair that will benefit all health care professionals.

Endo Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair What Is Its Role

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Abstract: Hernia repair techniques vary greatly depending upon the setting, surgeons, insurance reimbursement systems, resources, and logistical capabilities. Open mesh repair is the most frequently used technique. Choosing the best technique for inguinal hernia repair is a challenge. There is no single technique to manage every type of hernia. Today, laparoscopy and robotics are at the forefront of advanced surgical tools and offer a range of options for general surgeons who are critically evaluating new procedures. However, before using a new procedure, such as endo‐laparoscopic hernia repair, surgeons often ask the rhetorical question, "Why change?" The common considerations are the availability of equipment, familiarity with the anatomy when using these techniques, operative time, cost to the patient, and the potential need to convert to an open procedure. Additionally, we are now seeing a significant shift away from surgeon‐defined benefits to patient‐defined benefits. As patients become more aware of their options for hernia procedures and share their experiences, more and more patients are likely to demand a particular technique. Hence, hernia surgeons should be educated on the different techniques available for inguinal hernia repair, including endo‐laparoscopic procedures. In this article, we review the existing literature on the current role of endo‐laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair.

Hernia Surgery

Author: Yuri W. Novitsky
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319274708
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This textbook provides a state-of-the-art reference in the rapidly changing field of hernia surgery. With contributions by key opinion leaders in the field, this book describes the latest trends and detailed technical modifications for both routine and complex hernias. The reader will gain unique insights into robotic and laparoscopic repairs, anterior and posterior component separations, reconstructions in the setting of contamination, enterocutaneous fistulas and loss of abdominal domain. Important contributions from key reconstructive plastic surgeons detail modern trends on how to deal with complex skin and soft tissue challenges. The textbook provides unparalleled step-by-step instructions to perform both routine and complex repairs by incredible illustrations, intra-operative color photographs and a unique video collection of procedures performed by today’s top hernia surgeons. As a comprehensive and most up-to-date reference to modern treatment algorithms, trends in prosthetic science and technique selections, Hernia Surgery: Current Principles will be an invaluable resource to all residents and practicing general, plastic, and trauma surgeons to help them succeed in the field of Hernia surgery.

Master Techniques In Surgery Hernia

Author: Daniel B. Jones
Editor: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN: 1451177526
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Master Techniques in Surgery: Hernia is a volume in a new series that presents common and advanced procedures in the major subspecialties of general surgery. The series is overseen by Josef E. Fischer, MD, editor of the classic two-volume reference Mastery of Surgery. Master Techniques in Surgery: Hernia is written by acknowledged master surgeons, emphasizes surgical procedures, and is lavishly illustrated with original full-color drawings. The contributors fully explain their preferred techniques in step-by-step, thoroughly illustrated detail, assess indications and contraindications, offer guidelines on preoperative planning, and discuss outcomes, complications, and follow-up. This volume covers open and laparoscopic hernia repairs, including open and laparoscopic ventral hernia repairs. Many other topics are covered, including sports hernia, diaphragmatic hernia, spigelian hernia, and hernia in infants. A companion website will offer the fully searchable text and select procedural videos.

Laparoscopic Hernia Repair

Author: Krames Health & Safety Education
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ISBN: 9780881941715
File Size: 33,29 MB
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Fortschritte Der Chirurgie

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Techniques Of Abdominal Wall Hernia Repair

Author: Pradeep Chowbey
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 813223944X
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Written by an international team of experts, and endorsed by the Asia Pacific Hernia Society (APHS), the main objective of this book is to provide and promote best practices in hernia surgery. It is intended for those surgeons who are already performing hernia repair surgeries, helping them update their surgical know-how in a landscape of rapidly improving techniques. Covering all the commonly performed procedures, from tissue repair to mesh repair (both conventional and laparoscopic), it presents all currently available techniques in detail, addressing the needs of younger and more experienced surgeons alike. Each surgical procedure is explained step by step and supported with high-resolution serial intra-operative photographs and line diagrams. While the majority of the text covers the surgical anatomy, classification, pathophysiology, and imaging techniques for hernias, a closing chapter on future directions introduces readers to the latest and emerging techniques and approaches.

Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair

Author: Salvador Morales-Conde
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9782287597558
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Primary and incisional ventral hernias are common conditions often encountered in surgical practice. Because of the frequency of this problem it has come to be managed by surgeons in general, regardless of the type of hospital or the conditions dealt with in their daily practice. Laparoscopic surgery has demonstrated to have an important role among the different technique described to repair ventral hernia with less recurrent rate, less morbidity and less overall cost than open conventional repair, with all the advange of the laparoscopic approach. As a result the indications for this surgical technique are currently being debated since the advantages are evident and progressive implementation is ensured. Now is the time to analyze the usefulness, results, technical variants, anatomic, physiologic and scientific basis and implications involved in implementation of laparoscopy as the technique of choice.

Laparoscopic Hernia Repair

Author: R. K. Mishra
Editor: JP Medical Ltd
ISBN: 9350258722
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Laparoscopic hernia repair is a relatively new surgical technique to fix tears in the abdominal wall using small incisions, a patch and special cameras to view inside the body. It frequently offers a more rapid recovery for the patient, less postoperative pain, and a quicker return to work and normal activities. (LapSurg.org). This concise guide discusses the latest procedures in laparoscopic hernia repair. Beginning with chapters on the history of hernia, imaging and equipment, the following sections discuss surgical procedures for different types of hernia. Nearly 400 colour images and illustrations are included, as well as two DVD ROMs demonstrating different laparoscopic procedures and discussing potential complications. Key points Guide to latest procedures in laparoscopic hernia repair Covers techniques for different types of hernia Nearly 400 colour images and illustrations Includes DVD ROMs demonstrating procedures and discussing complications

Early Clinical Outcomes Following Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair

Author: Mette Astrup Tolver
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ISBN: 9788790233013
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Cumulated Index Medicus

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Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery

Author: Karl Leblanc
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 034080940X
File Size: 32,75 MB
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Repair of simple and complex abdominal hernias by the laparoscopic technique is now the method of choice in many centres. Laparoscopic repair offers equivalent outcomes to open repair, with the additional benefits of greater patient satisfaction and reduced hospitalization. For some hernias, notably incisional and hiatal, the outcome appears to be superior using the minimally invasive technique. This book, authored by an international team of leading surgeons in the field of hernia repair, gives a definitive guide to appropriate patient selection and operative technique. The introductory section delivers a useful, illustrated account of instrumentation, biomaterials and mesh fixation. Subsequent sections provide detailed information about inguinal, incisional and hiatal herniorraphy, including four chapters devoted to the use of laparoscopy in the pediatric patient. Robotics and the socio-economic aspects of hernia surgery are also discussed. - The book gives in-depth coverage of each surgical procedure, including essential background information, relevant anatomy, preoperative evaluation of the patient, choice of instrumentation and biomaterials, and cosmetic results. - Each procedure is illustrated with a step-by-step series of high-quality laparoscopic photographs, allowing the reader to follow the sequence of the operation. - The recognition and management of complications is highlighted, and successful postoperative management techniques are also considered. Instructional, descriptive and illustrated in colour throughout, this unrivalled operative guide offers a complete analysis of each of the current technologies, and is an invaluable source of information for practicing and trainee surgeons.

Mastery Of Endoscopic And Laparoscopic Surgery

Author: Nathaniel J. Soper
Editor: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
ISBN: 9780781771986
File Size: 31,93 MB
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This text/atlas is a comprehensive guide to minimally invasive procedures in general surgery. Chapters are authored by world-renowned experts in this technology, who share their firsthand operative experience, emphasizing decision-making, anatomy, and key steps in the operations. The Third Edition features expanded sections on the esophagus, gastrointestinal tract, liver and biliary tract, pancreas and spleen, and small and large bowel, new sections on state-of-the-art surgical tools and bariatric surgery, and new chapters on esophageal lengthening, duodenal switch, and natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (NOTES). Full-color photographs and drawings complement the text throughout. Each chapter concludes with comments from the editors. A companion Website will offer the fully searchable text and an image bank.

Hernia Repair

Author: Guy J. Maddern
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File Size: 41,79 MB
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A compact and highly readable book of modern operative techniques in hernia repair. This book defines the important place that laparoscopic hernia holds amongst the range of operations available by giving practical guidance on operative techniques, patient care and avoidance of complications. Includes coverage of the most recent operative techniques, with step-by-step guidance through uncommon procedures.

Inguinal Hernia Repair

Author: Volker Schumpelick
Editor: S Karger Ag
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Groin hernia surgery is the third most common operation in the Western world and this comprehensive work offers a great deal of well-organized and practical information on the subject. The contributions are written by experts of international standing, and are enriched by group discussions of salient points. The first section of the book deals with basic concerns, including epidemiology, anatomy, biology, the classification and pre-surgical evaluation of hernias, and local anesthesia. Then follow detailed accounts of the three main techniques used in this type of surgery: mesh, laparoscopic and open. In the third section the authors discuss post-operative follow-up, medical, social and legal complications and present some interesting findings based on their own personal experience. Surgeons and other medical specialists with an interest in the subject, such as endoscopists and andrologists, will appreciate this valuable source of up-to-date knowledge.

Textbook Of Practical Laparoscopic Surgery

Author: RK Mishra
Editor: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers Pte Limited
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Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. This full-color text, complete with two DVDs, teaches the art and science of laparoscopic surgery! This book explains the art and science of minimal access surgery, providing both an overall view and recent technological advances in the field. The book is intended for those who are conversant with operative surgical and gynecological procedures. A full-color presentation and 2 DVDs with hundreds of linked videos graphically illustrate all the procedures discussed.

Recurrent Hernia

Author: Volker Schumpelick
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540689885
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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.

Inguinal Hernia

Author: Maurice E. Arregui
Editor: Radcliffe Pub
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Reviews current practice and future developments in the treatment options of inguinal hernia, including laparoscopic repairs. This text includes clinical and basic research, as well as data from pioneering surgeons from Europe, North and South America and Australia.

Laparoscopic Surgery

Author: Garth H. Ballantyne
Editor: Saunders
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This text clearly explains laparoscopic procedures used in the treatment of colorectal disease. Instruction in general techniques, descriptions of procedures, and over 475 detailed illustrations are included.

Applied Laparoscopic Anatomy

Author: Gary G. Wind
Editor: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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This book provides outstanding anatomical views as seen through the scope during procedures. In clear, crisp detail, Dr. Wind delivers this crucial information, illustrating surgically important structures and providing a variety of views that enhance the surgeon's understanding from a laparoscopic viewpoint.