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By Michael J. Rosen MD FACS

An vital assessment on stomach wall reconstruction for the overall healthcare professional! themes will contain preoperative optimization of a ventral hernia sufferer, prevention of incisional hernias, laparoscopic ventral hernia fix, open ventral hernia fix, unusual hernias, epigastric and umbilical hernias, parastomal hernia fix, flap reconstruction, man made mesh, scientific results of biologic mesh, pediatric hernias, takedown of enterocutaneous fistula, a overview of laparoscopic as opposed to open inguinal hernia, and extra!

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Do all patients need a mesh repair? Are all open hernia repairs equal? Are all laparoscopic inguinal hernia repairs similar? Is the laparoscopic approach better than open surgery for primary inguinal hernia repair? Should laparoscopic surgery be denied to elderly patients? Are recurrences better treated with the laparoscopic approach? Which mesh should be used for the laparOscopic procedure? Is mesh fixation necessary? Summary Index Contributors Consulting Editor RONALD F. MARTIN, MD, FACS Staff Surgeon, Department of Surgery, Marshfield Clinic, Marshfield, Wisconsin; Clinical Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, Wisconsin; Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army Reserve Editor MICHAEL J.

Scott Roth The economic aspects of abdominal wall reconstruction are frequently overlooked, although understandings of the financial implications are essential in providing cost-efficient health care. Ventral hernia repairs are frequently performed surgical procedures with significant economic ramifications for employers, insurers, providers, and patients because of the volume of procedures, complication rates, the significant rate of recurrence, and escalating costs. Because biological mesh materials add significant expense to the costs of treating complex abdominal wall hernias, the role of such costly materials needs to be better defined to ensure the most cost-efficient and effective treatments for ventral abdominal wall hernias.

Should laparoscopic surgery be denied to elderly patients? Are recurrences better treated with the laparoscopic approach? Which mesh should be used for the laparOscopic procedure? Is mesh fixation necessary? Summary Index Contributors Consulting Editor RONALD F. MARTIN, MD, FACS Staff Surgeon, Department of Surgery, Marshfield Clinic, Marshfield, Wisconsin; Clinical Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, Madison, Wisconsin; Colonel, Medical Corps, United States Army Reserve Editor MICHAEL J.

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