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Mesh size, incarcerated hernia, patient age, and complex hernia predict longer length of stay after laparoscopic ventral hernia repair.
The CO 2 pneumoperitoneum itself did not cause peritoneal hypoxia at either a tissue or a cellular level in a mouse model when a low IPP was used.
The study results indicate excellent local recurrence (2.7%) and 5-year survival rates without the need for permanent colostomy in patients with cancers in the distal one-third of the rectum. Laparoscopic total mesorectal excision (TME) with the TATA approach is safe and can be performed...
A high degree of 1-year symptom resolution and satisfaction can be achieved even early in a surgeon’s experience provided there is adequate training and maintenance of strict adherence to technique.
Although the mortality rate is low, potentially life-threatening complications such as small bowel and bladder perforation may be experienced by patients subjected to laparoscopic herniorrhaphy.
The treatment method still must be chosen on an individual basis. It appears that surgical treatment is necessary in cases of severe general conditions. The data from this study show that surgical repair and conservative treatment may be used successfully. The best outcome was obtained after...
One-stop endoscopic TEP inguinal hernia surgery is feasible and safe. The majority of patients would give preference to a repeated procedure if necessary. This clinical pathway reduces the number of patient visits to the hospital for inguinal hernia repair and also suggests cost efficiency.
The retro-auricular approach or the “Walvekar approach” permits adequate working space and an excellent endoscopic surgical view for removal of the ipsilateral hemithyroid gland with an option for a bilateral approach using a “gasless technique.”
Concerns of increased morbidity related to a laparoscopic approach for patients with a diagnosis of PHE are unfounded. In this series, the only disparity in outcomes between the two groups was an increased conversion rate with PHE.
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