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The SAGES manual of hernia repair [electronic resource] /

Brian P. Jacob, Bruce Ramshaw, editors.

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Names: Jacob, Brian P. | Ramshaw, Bruce.
Published: New York, NY : Springer, c2013.
Topics: Hernia - surgery - Handbooks. | Hernia - Surgery - Handbooks, manuals, etc. | MEDICAL / Gastroenterology
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245 04|aThe SAGES manual of hernia repair|h[electronic resource] /|cBrian P. Jacob, Bruce Ramshaw, editors.
260 |aNew York, NY :|bSpringer,|cc2013.
300 |a1 online resource.
500 |aIncludes index.
505 00|gPart 1.|tEssentials of Inguinal Hernia --|tEstablishing a Hernia Program and Follow-Up Regimen: A Complex Systems Design for Care and Improvement /|rBruce Ramshaw --|tProsthetic Choice in Open Inguinal Hernia Repair /|rLisa C. Pickett --|tProsthetic Choice in Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair /|rEmily L. Albright and J. Scott Roth.
505 80|gPart 2.|tTechniques for Inguinal Hernia Repair --|tTechnique: Lichtenstein /|rDavid C. Chen and Parviz K. Amid --|tTechnique: Plug and Patch /|rCarl Doerhoff --|tTechnique: Laparoscopic TEP /|rGuy Voeller and Benjamin S. Powell --|tTechnique: Laparoscopic TAPP and IPOM /|rWilliam S. Cobb IV --|tStrangulated Inguinal Hernia /|rJonathan P. Pearl and E. Matthew Ritter --|tFemoral Hernia /|rDaniel E. Swartz and Edward L. Felix.
505 80|gPart 3.|tOutcomes and Complications Following Inguinal Hernia Repair --|tResults of Laparoscopic Repair of Inguinal Hernia /|rDaniel Marcus --|tOutcomes After Transabdominal Preperitoneal Inguinal Hernia Repair /|rNicole Fearing and Kimberly Ponnuru --|tCord Structure Complications in Inguinal Hernia Surgery /|rAaron M. Lipskar and Mark A. Reiner --|tIntraoperative Complications During Laparoscopic Hernia Repair /|rDavide Lomanto and Rajat Goel --|tUrinary Retention After Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia Repair /|rDavid A. McClusky III --|tRecurrent Inguinal Hernia: The Best Approach /|rAbe Fingerhut and Mousa Khoursheed --|tAthletic Groin Pain and Sports Hernia /|rNathaniel Stoikes and L. Michael Brunt.
505 80|gPart 4.|tCurrent Debates in Inguinal Hernia Repair --|tTAPP vs. TEP /|rAlfredo M. Carbonell II --|tFixation Versus No Fixation in Laparoscopic TEP and TAPP /|rViney K. Mathavan and Maurice E. Arregui --|tLaparoscopic Versus Open Repair for the Uncomplicated Unilateral Inguinal Hernia /|rPradeep Pallati and Robert J. Fitzgibbons Jr. --|tPolyester, Polypropylene, ePTFE for Inguinal Hernias: Does It Really Matter? /|rDmitry Oleynikov and Matthew Goede.
505 80|gPart 5.|tEssentials of Ventral and Incisional Hernia Repair --|tEvolution of Incisional and Ventral Hernia Repair /|rMalini D. Sur and L. Brian Katz MD --|tTissue Ingrowth: The Mesh-Tissue Interface: What Do We Know So Far? /|rGregory J. Mancini and A. Mariah Alexander --|tPatient Comorbidities Complicating a Hernia Repair: The Preoperative Workup and Postoperative Planning /|rScott Philipp --|tWhat Is a Complex Abdominal Wall? /|rMickey M. Ott and Jose J. Diaz Jr..
505 80|gPart 6.|tTechniques for Ventral and Incisional Hernia Repair --|trSynthetic Prosthetic Choices in Ventral Hernia Repair /|rSheila A. Grant --|tBiologic Prosthetics: What Are They and How Do They Interact with the Body? /|rGina L. Adrales and Elizabeth Honigsberg --|tOpen Component Separation for Abdominal Wall Reconstruction /|rDavid Earle --|tEndoscopic Component Separation /|rMichael J. Rosen --|tTechnique: Laparoscopic Ventral/Incisional Hernia Repair /|rArchana Ramaswamy --|tLoss of Abdominal Domain /|rVictor B. Tsirline, Igor Belyansky, David A. Klima and B. Todd Heniford --|tDrains, Pain Pumps, and Abdominal Binders /|rChris Edwards.
505 80|gPart 7.|tOutcomes and Complications Following Ventral and Incisional Hernia Repair --|tSkin Necrosis After Open Component Separation: Prevention and Management /|rJignesh V. Unadkat and Dinakar Golla --|tRecurrent Incisional Hernia Repair /|rJohn G. Linn and Dean J. Mikami --|tChronic Mesh Infections /|rAndrei Churyla and Andrew B. Lederman --|tAdhesions After Lap Ventral: Do They Matter? /|rDennis L. Fowler --|tChronic Pain After Ventral Hernia Repair /|rVictor B. Tsirline, David A. Klima, Igor Belyansky and Kent W. Kercher --|tEnterotomy During Hernia Repair /|rRoss F. Goldberg and C. Daniel Smith --|tChronic Seroma /|rMorris Franklin Jr., Richard Alexander, Gerardo Lozano and Karla Russek.
505 80|gPart 8.|tCurrent Debates in Ventral and Incisional Hernia Repair --|tBridging Versus Closing the Defect During Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair /|rYuri W. Novitsky --|tBridging versus Closing the Defect During Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair: It Is OK to Bridge /|rStephen M. Kavic and Adrian Park --|tThe Bariatric Patient with a Complex Ventral Hernia /|rJenny J. Choi and Alfons Pomp --|tOpen Versus Endoscopic Component Separation: How to Choose One or the Other /|rEduardo Parra-Davila, Juan J. Diaz-Hernandez and Carlos M. Ortiz-Ortiz --|tAbsorbable Fixation Materials: A Critical Appraisal /|rKevin El-Hayek and Matthew Kroh --|tBiologic Mesh: When and Why--A Critical Appraisal /|rJaime A. Cavallo, Corey R. Deeken and Brent D. Matthews.
505 80|gPart 9.|tOther Hernias --|tParastomal Hernia Repair: Latest Updates /|rChee-Chee H. Stucky and Kristi L. Harold --|tRepair of Paraesophageal Hernia /|rSteven P. Bowers --|tChallenging Hernia Locations: Flank Hernias /|rGregory F. Dakin and Michael L. Kendrick --|tChallenging Hernia Locations: Suprapubic and Subxiphoid /|rJohn R. Romanelli and Jose E. Espinel --|tHernias in the Pediatric Population /|rDavid M. Krpata and Todd A. Ponsky --|tSpigelian Hernias: Diagnosis and Treatment /|rMarc Miserez and Marc H. F. Schreinemacher --|tHernia, Mesh, and Gynecology Procedures /|rLauren Rascoff, Brian P. Jacob and Charles Ascher-Walsh.
506 1 |aAccess restricted to current Chicago State University students, faculty and staff.
520 |aThe SAGES Manual of Hernia Repair will serve as a state-of-the-art resource for hernia surgeons and residents alike who are interested in the rapidly evolving area of abdominal wall hernia repair. This manual captures and summarizes the current trends in the field, as well as describing the new ideas, programs, and strategies regarding hernia repair. Through a unique section called Current Debates in Inguinal Hernia Repair, this volume also provides readers an overview of the current opinions on many of the ongoing debates of this time period. Furthermore, the manual is lavishly illustrated, containing an array of instructional charts and photographs, and is authored by a panel of experts in hernia repair.Comprehensive and easily accessible, The SAGES Manual of Hernia Repair is a portable reference that will be of great value to all practicing surgeons and residents working in the field of abdominal wall hernia repair.
650 2|aHernia|xsurgery|vHandbooks.
650 0|aHernia|xSurgery|vHandbooks, manuals, etc.
650 7|aMEDICAL / Gastroenterology|2bisacsh.
700 1 |aJacob, Brian P.
700 1 |aRamshaw, Bruce.
710 2 |aSpringerLink (Online service)
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