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Comment to: Umbilical hernia repair with composite prosthesis—a single-center experience. Porrero JL, Cano-Valderrama O, Villar S, et al.

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Kulacoglu, H. Comment to: Umbilical hernia repair with composite prosthesis—a single-center experience. Porrero JL, Cano-Valderrama O, Villar S, et al.. Hernia 24, 225–226 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10029-019-01980-2

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