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April-June 2019| Vol 2| Issue 2

Review Article

The breakthrough on evaluation and treatment in incisional hernia with loss of domain

Part of the patients with incisional hernia (IH) suffered from constipation or even circulatory impairment, which is called large IH with loss of domain (LOD) or giant IH. For now, there is still co...


Review Article

Current state of repair of large hiatal hernia

Large hiatus hernias are encountered with increasing frequency in aging Western populations. If certain steps are followed, repair can be safely and reliably achieved using laparoscopic approaches. ...


Original Article

Surgery for incarcerated inguinal hernia: Outcomes with Lichtenstein versus open preperitoneal approach

BACKGROUND AND AIM: Incarcerated inguinal hernia comprises a significant portion of surgical emergencies, and represents about 5%–15% of all operated inguinal hernias. Tension-f...


Original Article

Prophylactic antibiotic for open mesh repair of inguinal hernia; from principe to nécessité

PURPOSE: The use of prophylactic antibiotics (PAs) in open mesh repair (MR) of inguinal hernia (IH) is controversial. Clean surgeries do not require PA. However, prosthetic implants may requ...


Original Article

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation and analgesia following inguinal hernioplasties – Preliminary report

INTRODUCTION: Inguinal hernioplasty is the most common surgical procedure. Although it is a low-risk surgery, it may present significant postoperative pain. Pharmacological pain relief may re...


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International Journal of Abdominal Wall and Hernia Surgery, a publication of Beijing Chao Yang Hernia Institute of Medicine, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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