GENERAL

Heineke-Mikulicz, Finney, and Michelassi Strictureplasty

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Heineke-Mikulicz, Finney, and Michelassi Strictureplasty Heather Yeo Fabrizio Michelassi INDICATIONS/CONTRAINDICATIONS Surgical decision making is complex in Crohn’s disease because of the recurrent nature of the disease. Many patients require multiple…

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Finney and Jaboulay Strictureplasty

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Finney and Jaboulay Strictureplasty Pamela C. Sivathondan Bruce D. George INDICATIONS/CONTRAINDICATIONS The behavior of Crohn’s disease may be considered to be nonstricturing, nonpenetrating (B1), stricturing (B2), or penetrating (B3). About…

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Component Separation Technique

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Component Separation Technique Mark W. Clemens Charles E. Butler INTRODUCTION Ventral hernias may follow laparotomy closures, tumor ablation, congenital anomalies, or trauma to the abdominal wall. Direct suture repair alone…

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Robotic Ventral Hernia Repair

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Robotic Ventral Hernia Repair Emanuele Lo Menzo Samuel Szomstein Raul Rosenthal INDICATIONS/CONTRAINDICATIONS Ventral hernias occur in 11-50% of laparotomies; however, only 350,000 ventral hernia repairs are performed every year in…

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Ventral Hernia: Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair

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Ventral Hernia: Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair Samuel Szomstein Aaron Lee INDICATIONS/CONTRAINDICATIONS Ventral hernia is a common complication after an open colorectal procedure. Although there are no universally agreed upon data…

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Abdominal Wall Reconstruction

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Abdominal Wall Reconstruction Daniel J. Park S. Alexander Earle Abdominal wall defects and ventral hernias are common complaints that bring patients to seek surgical attention. In addition to primary defects,…

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Laparoscopic Ventral Mesh Rectopexy

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Laparoscopic Ventral Mesh Rectopexy Andre J. L. D’Hoore Albert M. Wolthuis INTRODUCTION Rectal prolapse is a full-thickness intussusception of the rectum that protrudes through the anal ring as external prolapse….

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Ripstein Procedure

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Ripstein Procedure Colleen Donahue Todd D. Francone Rocco Ricciardi INDICATIONS/CONTRAINDICATIONS Rectal prolapse, or procidentia, is the full-thickness prolapse of the rectum through the anus resulting from a pelvic floor abnormality….

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Abdominal Rectopexy: Hand Assisted

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Abdominal Rectopexy: Hand Assisted Greta V. Bernier Sowsan H. Rasheid INDICATIONS/CONTRAINDICATIONS Indications Similar to many disorders of the pelvic floor, rectal prolapse is a complex and likely underreported disease process….

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Laparoscopic Resection Rectopexy

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Laparoscopic Resection Rectopexy Martin A. Luchtefeld James W. Ogilvie Jr INDICATIONS/CONTRAINDICATIONS There are many surgical options from which to choose when treating a patient with rectal prolapse. The sheer number…

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