The second edition of Rosen’s Atlas of Abdominal Wall Reconstruction has been refreshed and updated to include today's latest advances in abdominal wall surgery. Coverage of 10 brand-new operative procedures -- each with an accompanying video -- provides the clear guidance needed to make the most effective use of both commonly performed and new and emerging surgical techniques for reconstruction. Comprehensive in scope and lavishly illustrated throughout, it's a must-have resource that residents and practitioners alike will reference for repairs ranging from the simple to the complex.
- Covers congenital as well as acquired abdominal wall problems and surgeries, presenting readers with the full range of disorders which cause these defects and their surgical therapies.
- High-quality 4-color anatomic illustrations and clinical intra-operative photos allow users to view internal structures in a meaningful way.
- Features laparoscopic, open, and hybrid surgical approaches, providing surgeons with the skills necessary to repair both simple and complex defects.
- Familiarizes readers with all aspects of the preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative care of the patient.
Section I - Anatomy
- Abdominal Wall Anatomy and Vascular Surgery
Section II - Laparoscopic Repairs
- Laparoscopic Ventral Hernia Repair--Standard
- Laparoscopic Repair of Atypical Hernias: Suprapubic, Subxiphoid, and Lumbar
- Laparoscopic Repair of Parastomal Hernias
Section III - Open Repairs
- Transversus Abdominus Release and Retromuscular Repair
- Open Flank Hernia Repair
- Open Repair of Parastomal Hernias
- Open Ventral Hernia Repair with Onlay Mesh
Section IV - Component Separation
- Periumbilical Perforator Sparing Component Separation
- Endoscopic Component Separation
- Tissue and Fascial Expansion of the Abdominal Wall
- Chemical Component Separation with Botox
Section V - Other Abdominal Wall Procedures
- Panniculectomy and Abdominal Wall Reconstruction
- Perineal Hernia Repair
- Robotic Transabdominal Preperitoneal (r-TAPP) Hernia Repair for Ventral Hernias
- Progressive Preoperative Pneumoperitoneum for Hernias with Loss of Abdominal Domain
- Rotational and Free Flap Closure of the Abdominal Wall
- Managing the Open Abdomen
- Surgical Approach to the Rectus Diastasis
- Umbilical Hernia Repair
- Repair of the Post-TRAM Bulge/Hernia
- Transabdominal Preperitoneal Inguinal Hernia Repair
- Totally Extraperitoneal Inguinal Hernia Repair
- Preoperative Optimization of the Hernia Patient