Laparoscopic Hernia Repair

Section 1

Section 2

  • Anatomy laparoscopic view

Section 3

  • Laparosopic repair-the technique
  • Transabdominal preperitoneal repair of inguinal hernia
  • Total extra peritoneal repair
  • Two port TEP.
  • Laparoscopic ventral hernia repair
  • Diaphragmatic hernias in adult
  • Laparoscopic hiatus hernia repair
  • Pediatric hernia repair

Laparoscopic Hernia Repair - How to Learn at Ease
By
Dr. R. Padmakumar
Dr. Madhukar Pai & Dr. Farish Shams

Section 4

  • Difficulties encountered during laparoscopic hernia repair
  • Complications
  • Frequent queries and answers from experts

Section 5

  • Hernia in general

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Anatomy of Inguinal Region

The ‘Myopectineal Orifice of Fruchaud’ All groin (inguinofemoral) hernias originate in a single weak area called the myopectineal orifice. This oval, funnel-like, ‘potential’ orifice formed by the following structures, makes the ‘myopectineal orifice of Fruchaud’. -Henry Fruchaud Boundaries Superiorly Internal oblique and transversus abdominis muscles. Inferiorly Superior pubic ramus. Medially Rectus muscle sheath. The Peritoneal […]

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Hiatal Hernia

A hiatal hernia is a condition developed when the upper part of the stomach bulges through an opening in the diaphragm. The diaphragm is a muscle that separates the abdomen and chest. It has a small opening through which the food tube passes and connecting to the stomach. In a hiatal hernia, the stomach pushes […]

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Inguinal Hernia

The inguinal canal is a short passage that is about four to six centimeters in length located just above the inguinal ligament and extends medially and inferiorly through the inferior part of the abdominal wall. Structures pass from the abdominal wall to the external genitalia through this canal. In men, the spermatic cord passes to […]

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Laparoscopic Hernia Surgery

Hernia is the abnormal squeezing out of an organ or fatty tissue through a weak spot of the wall of the cavity where it normally resides. A hernia can be caused by pressure and a weakness or opening of the muscle or fascia where the pressure pushes the organ or tissue through the weak spot […]

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Laparoscopic Hernia Repair Advantages and Difficulties

Advantages – Laparoscopic Hernia Repair Level 1A evidence Lower incidence of wound infection and hematoma formation. Lesser pain & discomfort. Immediate postoperative pain and delayed pain is reduced. Shorter hospital stay. Early resumption of normal daily activities and work. Level 1B evidence Incidence of recurrence as low as with Lichtenstein’s repair. Cost-effective when QALY (quality-adjusted […]

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