Abdominal wall reconstruction surgery abdominal wall reconstruction surgery is used to close large abdominal hernias this procedure can address recurrent hernias ventral hernias and parastomal hernias during the surgery a variety of techniques are used to modify the abdominal wall and fix the hernia. International journal of abdominal wall and hernia surgery a publication of the international endohernia society iehs and the beijing chao yang hernia institute of medicine a publication of beijing chao yang hernia institute of medicine is a peer reviewed print online quarterly journal. An abdominal wall hernia is a weakness in the muscles of the abdominal wall when a hernia occurs it can cause pain and sometimes fat or intestines from the abdominal wall can bulge out the abdominal wall is made up of muscle and tissues that attach those muscles to each other and to bone. A hernia that occurs in the area of a previous surgery is known as an incisional hernia these hernias may occur when the abdominal wall has been weakened by surgery or when a surgical incision becomes infected further weakening the area incisional hernias are relatively common because surgical incisions weaken the abdominal area. Collaborative hernia care to ensure the best outcomes an abdominal hernia occurs when all or part of an internal organ bulges through a weakened part of the abdominal wall that normally contains it within the body ut southwestern surgeons use both traditional and newer advanced techniques to accommodate all types of hernias and patients
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