2010

Hernia Repair Sequelae

ISBN: 978-3-642-04552-3 (Print) 978-3-642-11541-7 (Online)

Table of contents (68 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XIII

  2. Risk for the Spermatic Cord

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      Pages 1-1

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      Are There Adverse Effects of Herniorrhaphy Techniques on Testicular Perfusion?

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      Pages 13-19

      The effects of Mesh Bioprosthesis on the Spermatic Cord Structures in a Rat Model

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      Pages 21-28

      Damage to the Spermatic Cord by the Lichtenstein Procedure in a Pig Model-Preliminary Results

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      Pages 29-38

      Influence of Prosthetic Implants on Male Fertility in Rabbits and Rats

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      Pages 39-41

      The Effects of a Mesh Bioprosthesis on the Spermatic Cord Structures

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      Pages 43-48

      Influence of Prosthetic Implants on Male Fertility in Rats

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      Pages 49-55

      What Can We Do To Decrease the Risk of Vas Deferens Injury due to Inguinal Hernioplasty?

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      Pages 57-63

      The Long-Term Effect on Testicular Function of a Mesh Bioprosthesis Used for Inguinal Hernia Repair

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      Pages 65-70

      Reoperation Following Lichtenstein Repair: What Do Vas and Nerves Look Like?

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      Pages 71-75

      Damage to the Spermatic Cord from Groin Herniorrhaphy: A Review

  3. Risk for Infection

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 77-77

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      Pages 79-85

      Mesh Infection Following Hernia Repair: A Frequent Problem?

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      Pages 87-95

      Patient Factors as a Major Determinant of Wound Outcome and Infection After Surgery

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      Pages 97-102

      Mesh-Related Infections After Hernia Repair

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      Pages 103-111

      Human Acellular Dermal Matrix for Ventral Hernia Repair in the Compromised Surgical Field

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      Pages 113-117

      Fate of the Inguinal Hernia Following Removal of Infected Prosthetic Mesh

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      Pages 119-124

      Mesh Infection-Therapeutic Options

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      Pages 125-134

      Does Antibiotic Prophylaxis Prevent the Occurrence of Wound Infection After Groin Hernia Surgery?

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      Pages 135-141

      Infection Control in a Hernia Clinic: 24-Year Results of Aseptic and Antiseptic Measure Implementation in 4,620 “Clean Cases” Based on Up-To-Date Microbiological Research

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      Pages 143-151

      Components Separation Technique: Pros and Cons

  4. Risk for Pain

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 153-154

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      Pages 155-162

      Self-Assessment of Discomfort and Pain after Inguinal Hernia Repair: A Reflection of Both Individual Pain Propensity and Surgical Strategy

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