DIMITRIOS MOUSIOLIS MD, MSc
123, Aghiou Nikolaou str., Ilion
How a hernia looks like?
Hernia treatment – Laparoscopic Surgery
Over the past twenty years the laparoscopic repair of the hernia, becomes more and more popular. For many surgeons, the laparoscopic access has been replaced the open surgery. The laparoscopic technique has the following advantages:
Non post-operative pain
Immediate return to daily routine and work
Excellent aesthetic result
The correction of the most common of the hernias(inguinal hernia) is only surgical. The recent years the laparoscopic repair of the hernia has become more popular and especially the method of TEP(TOTAL EXTRA PERITONEAL REPAIR) with plexus placement, constitutes the most trustworthy laparoscopic and endoscopic intervention without some device inserted into the ventricle. It is the ideal method to repair the recurrence of the operated inguinal hernia. The probability of serious relapses using the TEP method is extremely small.
The laparoscopic extra peritoneal repair of inguinal hernia with plexus placement is the most innovative and offers the best results.
The hernia is defined as a deficit or gap in the abdominal wall. The hernia maybe a relative (birth problem) or acquired(growing due to the tissue weakness or after injury)
The hernias are fairly frequent, raising 10-15% of the population.
Both males and females can suffer from hernia.
Which are the most common types of hernias?
Post operative-on old surgery incisions
The inguinal hernia is the most common! Hernia may appear with a frequency of 10% of surgical incisions.