Minimal invasive Rives Stoppa is considered as one of the complex hernia surgeries. In view of many inherent perils & complications, step by step management protocol is the key for safe & s
Lumbar hernias are a rare and challenging entity. They are bordered by the 12th rib superiorly, the iliac crest inferiorly, and the erector spineae muscles and external oblique on either side. Thei
Intersigmoid hernia is a rare type of congenital internal hernia and one of three subtypes of sigmoid mesocolon hernia. In this video, we describe the case of a 54 year old male with no prior abdom
This presentation will discuss a case of an incarcerated Bochdalek hernia in a 40-year-old adult female. The patient originally presented with her first time episode of left sided abdominal pain an
Diastasis of the rectus abdominis muscles (DRAM) is a condition characterized by separation of the rectus muscles due to a laxity at the linea alba usu
We present the case of a 71 year old female with a recurrent parastomal hernia that had failed two prior anterior repairs. At the site of her left lower quadrant end colostomy, there was a 4c
To examine the European Hernia Society Quality of Life (EuraHS QoL) scores at 6 months post-inguinal hernia repair comparing laparoscopic versus robotic techniques.
This is a case series of two rare, para-hiatal hernias of different magnitude. Both para-hiatal hernia repairs were performed in the same week at our tertiary care, referral hospital.
Correct placement of the mesh around the defect is always a cause of anxiety in Surgeon’s mind, especially for beginners. Various methods are described
Lateral hernias due to port placement occur at a rate of 5% (0 – 30%) and are an under-reported complication following laparoscopic ventral hernia repair (LVHR)