incisional hernia


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incisional hernia

[in′sizh·ən·əl ′hər·nē·ə]
(medicine)
Abnormal protrusion of an organ through an operative or accidental incision. Also known as postoperative hernia; posttraumatic hernia.
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Technique and outcomes of abdominal incisional hernia repair using a synthetic composite mesh: A report of 455 cases.
Victoria Odita, 37, who developed incisional hernia in her infra umbilical region ( below the navel) owing to four Caesarean sections was rushed to the hospital emergency with her intestines hanging out of her body.
An immediate operation was performed to repair the incisional hernia and alleviate the symptoms.
Following repeated complaints of abdominal swelling for four years, after her third delivery, she was told that a large incisional hernia was present in her infraumbilical region (situated below the navel).
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Pathologies in the mummies of the royal family Pathology Akhenaten Tutankhamun Amenhotep III Scoliosis + + - Club foot - + + Incisional hernia - - - Cleft palate + + - Retrognathism + + + Dental crowding + + - Highly arched palate + + + Brachycephaly + + - Pathology Thuya Yuya KV35YL Tiye KV21A Scoliosis + - + + + Club foot - - - - + Incisional hernia + + - + - Cleft palate - - - - - Retrognathism + - + - N/A Dental crowding - - + - N/A Highly arched palate - - - - N/A Brachycephaly - - - - N/A N/A = not available.
3Arnaud JP, Giant Incisional Hernia Treatment Using Parietex[TM] "Composite" Mesh, 32nd International Congress of the European Hernia Society, October 8, 2010, Istanbul, Turkey, Abstract OP-60.
The different types of hernia include inguinal (inner groin), umbilical (belly button), hiatal (upper stomach), femoral (outer groin) and incisional hernia.
All patients were followed up for two years and neither recurrence nor incisional hernia occurred.
No differences were noted with regards to estimated blood loss, or the postoperative complications of urinary leak (Clavien grade I complication) or incisional hernia (Clavien grade IIIb complication).
A lower incidence of incisional hernia formation has further been shown by studies of laparoscopic gastric bypass (Ann.
We have shown that central obesity causes a significant increase in intra-abdominal pressure (as measured by urinary bladder pressure) and is probably the cause of urinary incontinence, acid reflux, obesity hypoventilation, venous stasis disease, pseudotumor cerebri, and increased risk of incisional hernia.