By René Stoppa MD, George E. Wantz MD, Gabriele Munegato MD, Alfonso Pluchinotta (auth.), Robert Bendavid MD, Jack Abrahamson MD, Maurice E. Arregui MD, Jean Bernard Flament MD, Edward H. Phillips MD (eds.)
Abdominal Wall Hernias is the main up to date, accomplished reference on all elements of hernia fix. The editor, a global popular determine in hernia surgical procedure, has assembled a gaggle of greater than a hundred and twenty specialists from sixteen nations to debate cutting-edge techniques to traditional open upkeep utilizing either tissue-to-tissue recommendations in addition to using prosthetic mesh, to a number of the minimally invasive methods, the fix of recurrent and big hernias, the pertinent anatomy, uncomplicated technological know-how, and rising biomaterials. The authors current the total spectrum of operations and methods to let the reader to achieve a wide wisdom of the multifaceted fix of inguinal, groin, and femoral hernias and selected the simplest method. Richly illustrated with greater than seven-hundred line drawings and pictures, this textbook is a must have reference for all training common surgeons and surgeons-in-training.
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It consists of treating as recurrences all patients who have not changed addresses and who refuse to answer the surveys. Other criteria used in comparative evaluations are the postoperative com- fort level, the complication rate and severity, the length of hospital stay, lost work time, and the cost of the procedure. Randomized clinical trials propose a quasi-metaphysical problem to the surgeon, who as a craftsman is naturally inclined to do the best possible work and is reluctant to proceed at random.
E. 9. Bassini's illustration of the surgical dissection for his inguinal hernioplasty. Note that the floor of the inguinal canal has been divided, exposing preperitoneal fat. This essential step of the hernioplasty was not mentioned in his written description and may explain why so many surgeons doing the Bassini hernioplasty never opened the posterior wall of the inguinal canal. From E. Bassini, Uber die Behandlung des Leistenlmtches, 1890. merely a different approach but a new method, using different tools, bringing a different type of physical contact with the patient, having different potential risks, and even a different philosophy.
Chavasse TF. On a method of operating in strangulated umbilical hernia. Lancet. 1882;1:865. 6. Niven J. A new operation for the relief of hernia. Lancet 1861;1:276. 7. Annandale T. On a method of operating in certain cases of strangulated hernia. Edinb MedJ 1873-4;19:209-211. RC. Read 8. Hutchinson E. Case of strangulated hernia operated on by abdominal section. Laparotomy. Ohio Med SurgJ 1878;3:499-502. 9. Ward E. Abdominal section for displaced hernia. Lancet. 1886;2:201203. 10. Maunsell HW. Radical cure of strangulated femoral hernia by suprapubic laparotomy.
Abdominal Wall Hernias: Principles and Management by René Stoppa MD, George E. Wantz MD, Gabriele Munegato MD, Alfonso Pluchinotta (auth.), Robert Bendavid MD, Jack Abrahamson MD, Maurice E. Arregui MD, Jean Bernard Flament MD, Edward H. Phillips MD (eds.)