All abdominal surgeries carry a 33 percent risk of a postoperative incisional hernia, and approximately 33 percent of people undergoing abdominal surgery will. Hernia intersticial postincisional secundaria a incisión tipo Mc Burney. Secondary incisional hernias surgical wounds Mc Burney type, as well as interstitial. Hernia contains extraperitoneal fat hernias, there may be vast differences in the amount of tissue within CT showing high, postincisional lumbar hernia.
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Get the facts on diseases, conditions, tests and procedures. Enter the last name, specialty or keyword for your search below. All abdominal surgeries carry a 33 percent risk of a postoperative incisional hernia, and oostincisionales 33 percent of people undergoing abdominal surgery will experience an incisional hernia. An incisional hernia occurs at or in close proximity to a surgical incision through which intestine, organ or other tissue protrudes.
Incisional hernias result from a weakening of the abdominal muscle due to a surgical incision. An incisional hernia can occur for a number of specific reasons; individuals who participate in excessive or premature jernias activity after surgery, gain considerable weight, become pregnant or increase abdominal pressure in any postincisionles way before the incision is fully healed are especially at risk for an incisional hernia.
Incisional hernias are most likely to occur within three to six months post-surgery but can happen at any time. To identify an incisional hernia, a health care provider may use multiple diagnostic techniques but will begin with a medical history and physical examination. Lump or protrusion in the abdomen at or near the site of a previous incision; the patient may be asked to stand and cough, which tends to make the hernia more pronounced.
If the protruding portion of intestine has become trapped incarcerated within the abdominal wall, the blood supply to the intestine can get cut off strangulationcausing further complications such as necrosis tissue death. If your provider suspects this is the case, additional diagnostics may include:.
Ultrasound, MRI, CT or other imaging to check for blockage or actual location of the intestinal protrusion. Additional techniques may also be used if the health care provider believes the rupture has resulted in the movement or protrusion of other organs in addition to intestines.
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Specific treatment for an incisional hernia will be determined by your doctor based on multiple factors such as your general health, anatomy, extent and location of the hernia, and desired level of future physical activity.
The treatment will also depend on whether the hernia has negatively affected postincisiona,es results of the original surgery, requiring additional procedures before the hernia can be closed. Treatment will generally consist of one of two types of surgeries:. In this surgical procedure, also known as herniorrhaphy, the surgeon makes an incision in the abdomen above the hernia, pushes any protruding intestine back into the abdomen and repairs the opening in the muscle wall.
Sometimes, in a procedure known as hernioplasty, the weak area is repaired and reinforced with steel mesh or wire. In this minimally invasive surgical procedure, the surgeon makes several small incisions in the lower abdomen and first inserts a tubelike instrument, called a laparoscope, equipped with a camera into one of the incisions.
The internal images are displayed on a herniaz monitor that the surgeon uses to guide small instruments inserted through the other incisions to repair the hernia.
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