Jurnalul de Chirurgie
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SINTETIC MESH AND SURGICAL TREATMENT OF INCISIONAL HERNIA. EXPERIMENTAL STUDY
M. Miclăuş (1), Codruţa Miclăuş (2), C. Mircu (3),
Romaniţa Glaja (4), C. Mihart (1), L. Fulger (1)
1. Surgery Clinic II
2. General Surgery and Oncology Clinic
Victor Babes University of Medicine and Pharmacy Timisoara
3. Faculty of Veterinary Medicine
University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine of Banat
4. Department of Pathology, Municipal Hospital Timisoara
Jurnalul de chirurgie 2011; 7 (1): 27-32
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Abstract:

Incisional hernia is the most important complication after surgical treatment on anterior abdominal wall. The purpose of surgical treatment is to build a resistant abdominal wall with normal local and general physiology. In medium and large incisional hernia a synthetic mesh is used for abdominal wall reconstruction. The synthetic mesh can be placed in several positions in the deep of the abdominal wall. The aim of this study is to find the best placement for synthetic mesh starting from an experimental study. The experimental study was performed on small lab animals (Wistar rats) in 6 groups of 6 animals each. The synthetic meshwas pleaced deep as well as superficial in the abdominal wall on different levels. The results were evaluated histologically on the 45-th day from the procedure. Retromuscular and preaponevrotical site were the best for placement of the synthetic mesh. At this level we observed the disappearing of the fibroblastic cells, but with the presence of the collagen fibers that pass through and integrate the mesh. The strength of the abdominal wall is based on the cross-linked collagen fibers.

KEY WORDS: MESH INCISIONAL HERNIA, EXPERIMENTAL STUDY

Correspondence to: Marius Miclăuş, MD,PhD, Surgery Clinic II, Emergency University Hospital Timisoara, Bd. Iosif Bulbuca Nr. 10, Cod 300736



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