Jurnalul de Chirurgie
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REPAIR OF ABDOMINAL WALL ASSOCIATED WITH BARIATRIC SURGERY FOR MORBID OBESITY. GASTRIC PLICATION AT THE GREATER CURVATURE – CASE PRESENT
R.C. Tiutiuca, C. Ivașcu, Iuliana Tiutiuca, Carmen Vaida, C. Bîrleanu, C. Botez
Emergency Army Hospital Iaşi
Jurnalul de chirurgie 2011; 7 (4): 673-679
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Abstract:

White line hernias are about 2% of all hernias and among them epigastric hernia are relatively rare (a rate of 8%). Surgery of anterolateral abdominal wall defects has been for long a therapeutic challenge because of the need to use effective methods aimed to reduce the risk of relapse. Its incidence depends on several factors including primarily obesity, than age, sex, type of surgery, type of suture, postoperative abdominal complications, wound healing power and metabolic diseases and cardiopulmonary complications. In this context surgeons may associate reconstructive parietal techniques with procedures for reducing obesity. We present a female patient of 54 years that has a imprisoned white line hernia, morbid obesity, hypertension, diabetes mellitus type II. The patient received single parietal reconstruction technique associated with a reversible reduction of gastric volume (greater curvature plication) with the intention of reducing the impact of the risk factor represented by obesity.

KEY WORDS: EPIGASTRIC HERNIA, BARIATRIC SURGERY, GREATER CURVATURE PLICATION

Correspondence to: Răzvan Tiutiuca; MD, PhD, Emergency Army Hospital Iaşi; e-mail:



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