Suprapubic Incisional Hernia Repair

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Description This video demonstrates Suprapubic Incisional Hernia Repair by Mishra's Knot and Mobilization of the Urinary Bladder Performed by Dr. R.K. Mishra at World Laparoscopy Hospital. The suprapubic hernia is the term to describe ventral hernias located less than 4 cm above the pubic arch in the midline. Hernias with an upper margin above the arcuate line encounter technical difficulties, and the differences in repair methods forced us to define them as large suprapubic hernias. Laparoscopic repair of large suprapubic hernias can be considered the first option in treatment. The low recurrence rates reported in the literature and the lack of recurrence, as observed in our study, support this view. Incisional hernias happen when the surgical cut in your abdominal wall doesn’t close properly after surgery. This can cause your abdominal muscles to weaken, allowing tissue and organs to form a hernia.