TO STUDY THE COMPLICATIONS AND CAUSES OF INCISIONAL HERNIA REPAIR WITH PREPERITONEAL MESHPLASTY
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 6, Pages 456-459
AbstractAim: The aim of this study to determine the complications and causes of incisional hernia repair with preperitoneal meshplasty.
Material and methods: Fifty patients hospitalised with the diagnosis of incisional hernia to various surgical wards underwent open preperitoneal polypropylene mesh surgery. Six months to one year after surgery, it was reviewed for problems and recurrence, and the findings were recorded. Incisional hernia patients were included in this research if they were between the ages of 14 and 77.
Results: There were 40 female patients and 10 male patients among the 50 total. In terms of defect size, 12 patients had less than 2 cm, 34 patients had between 2.1-4 cm, 2 patients had between 4.1-6 cm, and 2 patients had between 6.1-8 cm. Infraumbilical hernia was found in 39 cases, whereas supraumbilical hernia was found in 11 patients. In terms of post-operative complications, four patients experienced seroma, two had edge necrosis, two had post-op ileus, and two had persistent discomfort. Six patients were followed for six months, twelve for nine months, and thirty-two for a year.
Conclusion: The current research found that open preperitoneal polypropylene mesh repair has much less postoperative problems compared to other mesh repair procedures, and that there was no recurrence among its individuals throughout the follow-up period.
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