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Study Of 50 Cases Of Shoelace Repair For Midline Incisional Hernia.

Dr. Shah Bhavin K.*, Dr.GurjarVipul**.

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Background & Objective: Incisional hernia of anterior abdominal wall is very common pathology come across in general surgical practice. Numerous surgical procedures have been described to repair them, with varying degree of success. This study aims to find the place of shoelace darn in the repair of anterior abdominal wall incisional hernias. Methodology: Fifty patients with anterior abdominal wall incisional hernias were managed by shoelace darn method in this prospective study. The details of operative technique have been described. Results: Shoelace darn repair of anterior abdominal wall incisional hernia was relatively easy procedure associated with fewer complications. There were no true recurrences noted. Conclusion: Shoelace darn repair still remains an excellent technique in the management of anterior abdominal wall incisional hernias, despite advent of mesh and laparoscopic repair. [Shah B NJIRM 2015; 6(3):10-13]

Key words: Incisional hernia, shoelace repair, diabetes mellitus, mesh, modified shoelace technique


 
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K. DSB, . Study Of 50 Cases Of Shoelace Repair For Midline Incisional Hernia.. NJIRM. 2015; 6(3): 10-13.


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K. DSB, . Study Of 50 Cases Of Shoelace Repair For Midline Incisional Hernia.. NJIRM. (2015), [cited June 23, 2018]; 6(3): 10-13.



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K., D. S. B. & (2015) Study Of 50 Cases Of Shoelace Repair For Midline Incisional Hernia.. NJIRM, 6 (3), 10-13.



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K., Dr. Shah Bhavin, and Dr.GurjarVipul. 2015. Study Of 50 Cases Of Shoelace Repair For Midline Incisional Hernia.. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 6 (3), 10-13.



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K., Dr. Shah Bhavin, and Dr.GurjarVipul. "Study Of 50 Cases Of Shoelace Repair For Midline Incisional Hernia.." National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine 6 (2015), 10-13.



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K., Dr. Shah Bhavin, and Dr.GurjarVipul. "Study Of 50 Cases Of Shoelace Repair For Midline Incisional Hernia.." National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine 6.3 (2015), 10-13. Print.



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K., D. S. B. & (2015) Study Of 50 Cases Of Shoelace Repair For Midline Incisional Hernia.. National Journal of Integrated Research in Medicine, 6 (3), 10-13.



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