Incisional Hernia Procedure with Mixed or Laparo-Assisted Technique
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Updates in Surgery
book series (UPDATESSURG)
Discussion of the procedure to be used for repairing incisional hernia, either an open or a laparoscopic reconstructive technique, is still ongoing, while the use of prosthetic material is gaining wider consensus. The advantages, indications and limits of the mini-invasive technique have been reported in numerous studies, the results of which have been published in the literature.
KeywordsIncisional Hernia Laparoscopic Technique Laparoscopic Repair Incisional Hernia Repair Intestinal Loop
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