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January-March 2020| Vol 3| Issue 1

Original Article

Obesity as a risk factor for complications and recurrences after ventral hernia repair

OBJECTIVES AND BACKGROUND: Ventral hernias are a frequent reason for surgical consultation, and its incidence is higher in the obese population. In this article, we analyze the relationship b...

Original Article

Mesh salvage following deep surgical site infection

BACKGROUND: Following herniorrhaphy, deep surgical site infections with mesh involvement (dSSI-MI) traditionally necessitate mesh removal, putting patients at risk for hernia recurrence. Ther...

Original Article

Fasical defect size predicts recurrence following incisional hernia repair: A 7-year, single-surgeon experience

BACKGROUND: This paper determines the most important risk factors associated with surgical site occurrence (SSO) and recurrence following open incisional hernia repair using synthetic mesh. ...

Original Article

Analysis of guideline conformity, surgical techniques, devices, consumables, and outcomes of the first 100 cases of laparoscopic inguinal hernia repair in adults during institutional hernia programme in a single surgical center

OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study is to elucidate the guideline conformity and to analyze the surgical techniques, outcomes, and the use of devices and consumables for the first 100 cases of ...

Original Article

Is transversus abdominis muscle release sustainable for the reconstruction of peritoneal volumes? A retrospective computed tomography study

BACKGROUND: Incisional hernia (IH) is the most frequent complication of laparotomy with an increasing incidence over time. A large amount of them present in complex forms with large defects o...

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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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