ventral hernia


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ventral hernia

[′ven·trəl ′hər·nē·ə]
(medicine)
A hernia of the abdominal wall not involving the umbilical, femoral, or inguinal openings. Also known as abdominal hernia.
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Ventral hernia repair: a study of current practice.
Intestinal Obstruction Secondary to Ventral Hernia. Balkan Med J 2019;36:198
Hence open mesh repair is the most widely practiced technique for ventral hernia repair6.
Demographical Characteristic of Patients in Small Ventral Hernia (Size: 1-4 cms) Totally Hybrid IPOM N=34 Technique N=38 Gender distribution Male 12 13 Female 22 25 Mean age 43.22 years 48.33 years Demographical Characteristic of Patients in Large Ventral Hernia (Size: more than 4-8 cms) Totally IPOM Hybrid Technique N=16 N=14 Gender distribution Male 4 3 Female 12 11 Mean age 58.22 years 60.33 years Demographical Characteristic of Patients in Recurrent Ventral Hernia (Size: more than 4-8 cms) Totally IPOM Hybrid Technique N=9 N=9 Gender distribution Male 3 4 Female 6 5 Mean age 53.35 years 58.46 years In the total number of 120 cases of ventral hernia 72 patients belong to the small ventral hernia group.
Lapa-roscopic incisional and ventral hernia repair without sutures: a single-center experience with 200 cases.
Mesh Location in Open Ventral Hernia Repair: A Systematic Review and Network Meta-analysis.
Surgical management of Unilateral Ventral Hernia of Gravid Uterus in a Crossbred cow.
Risk factors for unsuccessful treatment were being female, having preexisting ventral hernia, prolonged VAC treatment, and large wound area.
Moreover, ventral hernia and femoral hernia covered approximately 10 and 3% of cases, respectively A small percentage of hernia relates to uncommon hernias [5].
Is laparoscopic preperitoneal ventral hernia repair feasible?