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April-June 2020| Vol 3| Issue 2

Original Article

Comparison of postoperative pain in laparoscopic inguinal hernia repairs by the transabdominal preperitoneal technique with self-gripping mesh versus tacker fixation

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to compare the effects of self-gripping mesh and prolene mesh fixed with staples on postoperative pain in patients undergoing videolaparoscopic inguinal her...

Original Article

The prevalence of fascial defects at prior stoma sites in patients with colorectal cancer

PURPOSE: Stoma reversal sites are a common location for incisional hernias. We aim to evaluate fascial defects at previous stoma sites in patients with a history of colorectal cancer. MET...

Original Article

A randomized clinical trial of mesh fixation with cyanoacrylate glue compared to sutures in inguinal hernia repair

BACKGROUND: The method of mesh fixation in Lichtenstein hernia repair may have an impact on the incidence of chronic groin pain (CGP) after surgery. This study aimed to compare fixation of me...

Original Article

Comparing outcomes of the endoscopic and open external oblique myofascial release

AIMS: The external oblique release (EOR) is a well-described technique for myofascial advancement during hernia repair. One of the reported drawbacks of an open approach is the high wound mor...

Original Article

Laparoscopic mesh-suture hiatal hernia repair

BACKGROUND: A new original laparoscopic operative technique was used to suture paraesophageal hernia (PEH) with the strips of mesh. METHODS: The Mercilen (MercilenTM) mesh ...

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

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