incisional hernia


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Related to incisional hernia: Ventral hernia, epigastric hernia

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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Long-term follow-up of open and laparoscopic repair of large incisional hernias. World J Surg 2011;35(2):297-301.
Evaluation of retromuscular mesh repair technique for treatment of ventral incisional hernia. Menoufia Med J.
Peritoneal volume is predictive of tension-free fascia closure of large incisional hernias with loss of domain: a prospective study.
At the onset of symptoms, patients are often diagnosed as having inguinal hernia, incisional hernia, and abdominal wall tumors, after which they may be exposed to unnecessary interventions.
Bisgaard, "Nationwide prospective study of outcomes after elective incisional hernia repair," Journal of the American College of Surgeons, vol.
Furthermore, we believe that this present case report is the first description of subcutaneous emphysema caused by a diverticulum perforating into an incisional hernia following an appendectomy.
to extend the functionality of Incisional Hernia software for existing LAP Mentor II simulators
At the beginning, endometriosis can be confused with incisional hernia, inguinal hernia, and wall tumors (7).
The cow developed incisional hernia 24 hours after the first surgery and was re-operated to close the hernia.
Equally, the tummy button is a weak spot (umbilical hernia) as are any operation scars (incisional hernia).