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Title Abdominal wall defects : prevalence, surgical management strategies and clinical care outcomes / Jose J. Diaz, editor.

Publication Info. [Place of publication not identified] : Nova Science Publishers, Inc., [2014]
2014

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 Axe EBSCO Clinical Nursing E-Book  Electronic Book    ---  Available
Description 1 online resource.
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computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Series Congenital disorders- laboratory and clinical research
Congenital disorders- laboratory and clinical research.
Note Title from PDF title page (viewed on Jan. 29, 2014).
Contents ABDOMINAL WALL DEFECTS PREVALENCE, SURGICAL MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES AND CLINICAL CARE OUTCOMES; Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data; Contents; Preface; Acknowledgment; Prevalence; Chapter 1 Incisional Hernia: Incidence, Risk Factors, Prevention, and Future Directions; Abstract; Introduction; Conclusion; References; Chapter 2 Diagnostic Assessment of Ventral Hernia; Abstract; Introduction; Identification of Ventral Hernia; Characterization of Ventral Hernia; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3 Comorbidities and Ventral Hernia Repair; Abstract; Introduction; Age; Pulmonary Disease.
SmokingCardiac Optimization; Malnutrition; Obesity; Immunosuppression; Cirrhosis; Diabetes Mellitus; Evaluation for Synchronous Malignancy; Conclusion; References; Chapter 4 The Burden of the Open Abdomen; Abstract; 1. Indications for Open Abdomen Treatment; 2. Abdominal Wall Reconstruction; 3. Open Abdomen Induced Complications; 4. Quality of Life after Open Abdomen; Conclusion; References; Chapter 5 The Management of Abdominal Wall Desmoid Tumors: Current Concepts and Surgical Strategy; Abstract; Introduction; Presentation; Diagnostic Evaluation; Treatment; References.
Chapter 6 Risk of Abdominal Compartment Syndrome Despite Application of a Siloin Newborns Suffering from Abdominal Wall DefectsAbstract; Introduction; Case 1; Case 2; Conclusion; References; Surgical Management Strategies; Chapter 7 Paraostomy Hernias: Prevention and Prosthetic Mesh Repair; Abstract; Introduction; Mechanism of Paraostomy Hernia Formation; Anatomy and Nomenclature of an Intact Ostomy; Incidence of Paraostomy Hernia; Types of Paraostomy Hernia; Circumferential Suture Technique to Prevent Paraostomy Hernia; Other Methods Described for Prevention of Paraostomy Hernia.
Repair of Paraostomy HerniasSurgical Procedures for Intraperitoneal Approach to Paraostomy Hernia Repair; Discussion Regarding the Choiceof a Type of Paraostomy Hernia Repair; Laparoscopic Intraperitoneal Mesh Repair; Keyhole Approach versus Sugarbaker Repair; The Optimal Prosthetic Material; References; Chapter 8 Complex Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: Using Autologous Tissue Flaps; Abstract; Introduction; Local Flaps; Pedicled and Free Flaps; Autologous Grafts; Conclusion; References; Chapter 9 Reconstruction of Severely Infected Abdominal Walls Using Latissimus Dorsi Free Flaps; Abstract.
IntroductionOperative Procedure; Discussion; Conclusion; References; Chapter 10 Abdominal Wall Reconstruction: Biomaterials and Tissue Engineering Biomaterials; Abstract; Introduction; Tissue Engineering; References; Chapter 11 Abdominal Wall Repair Post-Herniain Kidney and Liver Transplantation and after a Gun Shot Wound; Abstract; Introduction; Abbreviations; References; Chapter 12 Inguinal Hernia Repair: Current Techniques; Abstract; A. Current Techniques in Open Surgery in Inguinal Hernia Repair: (Table 1); B. Current Techniques in Laparoscopic Surgery in Inguinal Hernia Repair.
Summary Since general surgeons first started performing laparotomies in the late 1880's, acquired hernias and abdominal wall defects have become a surgical disease of their own. Many surgeons have made it their life's work to develop surgical techniques, design hernia meshes or utilize biologic tissue for repair of these abdominal wall defects. Hernias are defined as a defect in the normal architecture of the abdominal wall muscuolo-aponeuroic structure. They are subdivided into congenital or acquired hernias. The ventral or incisional hernia defects are rare due to the failure of normal healing of th.
Subject Abdominal wall -- Surgery.
MEDICAL -- Surgery -- General.
Abdominal wall -- Surgery. (OCoLC)fst00794320
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Diaz, Jose J.
ISBN 9781629487106 (electronic bk.)
1629487104 (electronic bk.)

 
    
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