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The SAGES Manual of Hernia Repair
Jacob, Ramshaw
Editore
Springer
Anno
2013
Pagine
610
ISBN
9781461448242
60,00 €
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  • Captures and summarizes the current trends and debates in abdominal wall hernia repair
  • All chapters are written by experts in their fields
  • Extensive color illustrations and photographs

The SAGES Manual of Hernia Repair will serve as a state-of-the-art resource for hernia surgeons and residents alike who are interested in the rapidly evolving area of abdominal wall hernia repair. This manual captures and summarizes the current trends in the field, as well as describing the new ideas, programs, and strategies regarding hernia repair. Through a unique section called Current Debates in Inguinal Hernia Repair, this volume also provides readers an overview of the current opinions on many of the ongoing debates of this time period. Furthermore, the manual is lavishly illustrated, containing an array of instructional charts and photographs, and is authored by a panel of experts in hernia repair.

Comprehensive and easily accessible, The SAGES Manual of Hernia Repair is a portable reference that will be of great value to all practicing surgeons and residents working in the field of abdominal wall hernia repair.

 

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Contents
Part I Essentials of Inguinal Hernia
1 Establishing a Hernia Program and Follow-Up Regimen:
A Complex Systems Design for Care and Improvement ......... 3
Bruce Ramshaw
2 Prosthetic Choice in Open Inguinal Hernia Repair .................. 19
Lisa C. Pickett
3 Prosthetic Choice in Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair ..... 27
Emily L. Albright and J. Scott Roth
Part II Techniques for Inguinal Hernia Repair
4 Technique: Lichtenstein ........................................................... 41
David C. Chen and Parviz K. Amid
5 Technique: Plug and Patch ....................................................... 55
Carl Doerhoff
6 Technique: Laparoscopic TEP ................................................. 71
Guy Voeller and Benjamin S. Powell
7 Technique: Laparoscopic TAPP and IPOM ............................. 81
William S. Cobb IV
8 Strangulated Inguinal Hernia ................................................... 91
Jonathan P. Pearl and E. Matthew Ritter
9 Femoral Hernia ......................................................................... 103
Daniel E. Swartz and Edward L. Felix
Part III Outcomes and Complications Following
Inguinal Hernia Repair
10 Results of Laparoscopic Repair of Inguinal Hernia ................. 117
Daniel Marcus
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11 Outcomes After Transabdominal Preperitoneal
Inguinal Hernia Repair ............................................................. 123
Nicole Fearing and Kimberly Ponnuru
12 Cord Structure Complications in Inguinal Hernia Surgery ...... 133
Aaron M. Lipskar and Mark A. Reiner
13 Intraoperative Complications During Laparoscopic
Hernia Repair ........................................................................... 143
Davide Lomanto and Rajat Goel
14 Urinary Retention After Laparoscopic Inguinal
Hernia Repair ........................................................................... 157
David A. McClusky III
15 Recurrent Inguinal Hernia: The Best Approach ....................... 167
Abe Fingerhut and Mousa Khoursheed
16 Athletic Groin Pain and Sports Hernia ..................................... 181
Nathaniel Stoikes and L. Michael Brunt
Part IV Current Debates in Inguinal Hernia Repair
17 TAPP vs. TEP ........................................................................... 197
Alfredo M. Carbonell II
18 Fixation Versus No Fixation in Laparoscopic TEP
and TAPP ................................................................................. 203
Viney K. Mathavan and Maurice E. Arregui
19 Laparoscopic Versus Open Repair for the
Uncomplicated Unilateral Inguinal Hernia .............................. 213
Pradeep Pallati and Robert J. Fitzgibbons Jr.
20 Polyester, Polypropylene, ePTFE for Inguinal Hernias:
Does It Really Matter? ............................................................. 231
Dmitry Oleynikov and Matthew Goede
Part V Essentials of Ventral and Incisional
Hernia Repair
21 Evolution of Incisional and Ventral Hernia Repair .................. 243
Malini D. Sur and L. Brian Katz
Contents ix
22 Tissue Ingrowth: The Mesh–Tissue Interface:
What Do We Know So Far? ..................................................... 253
Gregory J. Mancini and A. Mariah Alexander
23 Patient Comorbidities Complicating a Hernia Repair:
The Preoperative Workup and Postoperative Planning ............ 271
Scott Philipp
24 What Is a Complex Abdominal Wall? ...................................... 283
Mickey M. Ott and Jose J. Diaz Jr.
Part VI Techniques for Ventral and Incisional
Hernia Repair
25 Synthetic Prosthetic Choices in Ventral Hernia Repair ............ 299
Sheila A. Grant
26 Biologic Prosthetics: What Are They
and How Do They Interact with the Body? ............................. 311
Gina L. Adrales and Elizabeth Honigsberg
27 Open Component Separation for Abdominal
Wall Reconstruction ................................................................. 323
David Earle
28 Endoscopic Component Separation ......................................... 333
Michael J. Rosen
29 Technique: Laparoscopic Ventral/Incisional Hernia Repair ..... 341
Archana Ramaswamy
30 Loss of Abdominal Domain ..................................................... 353
Victor B. Tsirline, Igor Belyansky, David A. Klima,
and B. Todd Heniford
31 Drains, Pain Pumps, and Abdominal Binders .......................... 371
Chris Edwards
Part VII Outcomes and Complications Following
Ventral and Incisional Hernia Repair
32 Skin Necrosis After Open Component Separation:
Prevention and Management .................................................... 381
Jignesh V. Unadkat and Dinakar Golla
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33 Recurrent Incisional Hernia Repair .......................................... 387
John G. Linn and Dean J. Mikami
34 Chronic Mesh Infections .......................................................... 399
Andrei Churyla and Andrew B. Lederman
35 Adhesions After Lap Ventral: Do They Matter? ...................... 405
Dennis L. Fowler
36 Chronic Pain After Ventral Hernia Repair ............................... 411
Victor B. Tsirline, David A. Klima, Igor Belyansky,
and Kent W. Kercher
37 Enterotomy During Hernia Repair ........................................... 423
Ross F. Goldberg and C. Daniel Smith
38 Chronic Seroma ........................................................................ 431
Morris Franklin Jr., Richard Alexander, Gerardo Lozano,
and Karla Russek
Part VIII Current Debates in Ventral
and Incisional Hernia Repair
39 Bridging Versus Closing the Defect During Laparoscopic
Ventral Hernia Repair .............................................................. 439
Yuri W. Novitsky
40 Bridging versus Closing the Defect During Laparoscopic
Ventral Hernia Repair: It Is OK to Bridge ............................... 445
Stephen M. Kavic and Adrian Park
41 The Bariatric Patient with a Complex Ventral Hernia .............. 455
Jenny J. Choi and Alfons Pomp
42 Open Versus Endoscopic Component Separation:
How to Choose One or the Other ............................................. 463
Eduardo Parra-Davila, Juan J. Diaz-Hernandez,
and Carlos M. Ortiz-Ortiz
43 Absorbable Fixation Materials: A Critical Appraisal .............. 475
Kevin El-Hayek and Matthew Kroh
44 Biologic Mesh: When and Why—A Critical Appraisal........... 487
Jaime A. Cavallo, Corey R. Deeken, and Brent D. Matthews
Contents xi
Part IX Other Hernias
45 Parastomal Hernia Repair: Latest Updates ............................... 507
Chee-Chee H. Stucky and Kristi L. Harold
46 Repair of Paraesophageal Hernia ............................................. 521
Steven P. Bowers
47 Challenging Hernia Locations: Flank Hernias ......................... 531
Gregory F. Dakin and Michael L. Kendrick
48 Challenging Hernia Locations: Suprapubic
and Subxiphoid ........................................................................ 541
John R. Romanelli and Jose E. Espinel
49 Hernias in the Pediatric Population .......................................... 553
David M. Krpata and Todd A. Ponsky
50 Spigelian Hernias: Diagnosis and Treatment ........................... 567
Marc Miserez and Marc H.F. Schreinemacher
51 Hernia, Mesh, and Gynecology Procedures ............................. 583
Lauren Rascoff, Brian P. Jacob, and Charles Ascher-Walsh
Index ................................................................................................ 593

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