Summary and application analysis of clinical herniorrhaphy mesh materials
It is widely believed in the medical community that the pathological and anatomical basis for the occurrence of external abdominal hernia is the fascia defect, and how to correctly deal with this kind of fascia defect is the key point in the treatment of external abdominal hernia. Theodore Billorth famously said that if we could artificially create dense and tough tissues like fascia and tendons, the secret to the complete healing of hernia would be solved. These similar theories largely guide the research and practice in the treatment of external abdominal hernia. along with the breakthrough progress in the mesh treatment of external abdominal hernia, According to the chemical composition and biological characteristics, the patch materials can be divided into non-absorbable materials, absorbable materials, composite repair materials and biological materials. Methods In this paper, Pubmed database and Chinese journal full-text database literatures were searched,and all mesh materials used in inguinal hernia repair were comprehensively studied, summarized and analyzed in clinical application.
Keywords: external abdominal hernia; patch material; conclusion; application
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