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Retromuscular preperitoneal repair of flank hernias

, : Retromuscular preperitoneal repair of flank hernias. Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery 16(8): 1548-1553

With iliac bone fixation is technically feasible, allowing wide mesh overlap for a durable repair. This approach may offer advantages of treating abdominal wall laxity and repair of larger defects when compared to laparoscopic approaches.

Accession: 036399202

PMID: 22528575

DOI: 10.1007/s11605-012-1890-x

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