Master Techniques in Surgery: Hernia is a volume in a new series that presents common and advanced procedures in the major subspecialties of general surgery. The series is overseen by Josef E. Fischer, MD, editor of the classic two-volume reference Mastery of Surgery. Master Techniques in Surgery: Hernia is written by acknowledged master surgeons, emphasizes surgical procedures, and is lavishly illustrated with original full-color drawings.
The contributors fully explain their preferred techniques in step-by-step, thoroughly illustrated detail, assess indications and contraindications, offer guidelines on preoperative planning, and discuss outcomes, complications, and follow-up. This volume covers open and laparoscopic hernia repairs, including open and laparoscopic ventral hernia repairs. Many other topics are covered, including sports hernia, diaphragmatic hernia, spigelian hernia, and hernia in infants. A companion website will offer the fully searchable text and select procedural videos.
- Over 250 original full-color drawings
- Step-by-step guidance from over 40 masters in their field
- Website with fully searchable text and procedural videos
About the Author(s)
Daniel B Jones MD, MS
Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School; Chief, Division of Minimally Invasive Surgery, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA
Table of Contents
Part I: Open Inguinal Hernia 1 Anatomy and Pathophysiology of Hernias (Daniel J. Scott and Luisangel A. Rondon) 2 Lichtenstein-based Groin Hernia Repair (Steven D. Schwaitzberg) 3 Plug and Patch Inguinal Hernia Repair (Jonathan F. Critchlow) 4 Prolene Hernia System (David C. Treen, Jr.) 5 The Bassini Operation (Oreste Terranova and Luigi De Santis) 6 Cooper Ligament Repair (Alex Nagle and Kenric Murayama) 7 The Shouldice Hospital Repair (Robert Bendavid) 8 Groin Hernia Repair/Kugel Technique (John T. Moore) 9 Incarcerated Femoral Hernia (Shirin Towfigh) 10 Obturator Hernia (George C. Sotiropoulos, Arnold Radtke, and Ernesto P. Molmenti) 11 Hernia in Infants (Robert Acton and Daniel Stephens) 12 Surgical Treatment of Chronic Pain after Inguinal Hernia Repair (Bruce Ramshaw and Michael A. Fabian) 13 Inguinal Neurectomy for Nerve Entrapment: Triple Neurectomy (Parviz K. Amid and David C. Chen) Part II: Laparoscopic Inguinal Hernia 14 Inguinal Anatomy: Laparoscopic View (Maurice E. Arregui) 15 Laparoscopic Transabdominal Preperitoneal Inguinal Hernia Repair (Antonio Garcia-Ruiz and Alejandro Weber-Sanchez) 16 Totally Extraperitoneal Inguinal Hernia Repair (Kinga A. Powers and Daniel B. Jones) 17 Totally Extraperitoneal Inguinal Hernia Repair Using Fibrin Glue (Benjamin S. Powell and Guy R. Voeller) 18 Single Incision Laparoscopic Surgery: Total Extraperitoneal Inguinal Hernia Repair (Brian P. Jacob) 19 Onlay Mesh Repair (Morris E. Franklin Jr and Karla Russek) 20 Sports Hernia (L. Michael Brunt) 21 Recurrent Laparoscopic Hernia Repair (Edward L. Felix) 22 Umbilical Hernia Repair (Thomas McIntyre and Alok Gupta) Part III: Open Abdominal Wall Hernia 23 Choice of Mesh (Arthur Rawlings and Brent D. Matthews) 24 Giant Prosthetic Ventral Hernia Repair (Gina L. Adrales) 25 Massive Ventral Hernia with Loss of Domain (Alfredo M. Carbonell) 26 Recurrent Hernia in the Morbidly Obese (David B. Earle) 27 Infected Field Hernia Repair (Emanuele Lo Menzo and Adrian Park) 28 The Contaminated Abdominal Wall (Robert Lim and Scott Rehrig) 29 Components Separation (Derek E. Bell) 30 Musculofascial Flap Reconstruction for Massive Abdominal Wall Hernias (Samuel J. Lin and Charles E. Butler) 31 Parastomal Hernia Repair (William S. Cobb) Part IV: Laparoscopic Abdominal Wall Hernia 32 Laparoscopic Incisional and Ventral Hernia Repair (Karl A. LeBlanc) 33 Endoscopic Separation of Components (Ashley H. Vernon and Ryan R. Gerry) 34 Suprapubic Hernia (John T. Paige) 35 Spigelian Hernia (Eric G. Sheu, Douglas S. Smink, and David C. Brooks) 36 Update on Hiatal Hernia Repair (Raul Rosenthal, Andre Teixeira, and Melissa Gianos) 37 Single Access Laparoscopic Hernia Repairs (Laura Dacks and Shawn Tsuda) 38 Reduced Port Surgery—Single Port Access Ventral Hernia Repair (Paul G. Curcillo II)