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AuthorCorcione, Francesco. author
TitleNew Procedures in Open Hernia Surgery [electronic resource] / by Francesco Corcione
ImprintParis : Springer Paris : Imprint: Springer, 2004
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-2-8178-0853-6
Descript IX, 130 p. online resource

SUMMARY

The inguinal hernia represents the most significant aspect of the technical and technological evolution of the second half of the 20th century, still in vogue at the beginning of this new millennium. We passed in fact, from a whole series of traยญ ditional procedures, with small variations, to the most modern ones with prosthesis, to arrive then to the laparoscopy. A surgical disease, which counts more than 200 different kinds of operations, as in the case of the inguinal hernia, does not exist. This is due to the whole surยญ gical category's interest towards this disease, as well as to the fact that many surยญ geons try to create some new techniques, and to propose "new" prosthetic mateยญ rials to the Companies in order to personalize and facilitate the procedure. Recently, in this context, within the open surgery field, several variations and a great number of other prosthetic procedures have been added to the original "Tension-free hernioplasty", described by Irving Lichtenstein at the beginning of the '70s, but widespread only at the end of the '80s. Some of these prosthetic techniques had a remarkable diffusion all over the world, while others were adopted only in certain countries. In the last few years some posterior repairs arose and this is the reason why, thanks to a wonderful day-congress in Naples, with every most modern open inguinal hernia repairs, realized with live-surgery, we had the idea to summarize and to illustrate them in this book


CONTENT

(1) Lichtenstein Tension-Free Hernioplasty -- (2) Trabucco Inguinal Hernioplasty with Tension-Free Sutureless PreShaped Mesh -- (3) Held in Mesh Repair -- (4) The Dynamic Self-Regulating Prosthesis: a New, Sure and Safe Technique for all Primary Inguinal Hernias -- (5) Perfix Plug repair -- (6) Femoral Hernias -- (7) The Preperitoneal Prosthetic Approach for the Repair of Reccurent Inguinal Hernia - the Wantz Technique -- (8) The Grid Iron Technique for the Treatment of Groin Hernias -- (9) Open Preperitoneal Groin Hernioplasty Using Self-Expanding Mesh Patches


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