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Comparative study of ppen mesh repair and Desarda’s no-mesh repair in a District Hospital in India
TLDR
A comparative study of a new technique of pure tissue hernia repair and the open mesh repair done in a district level general hospital set up in India finds this new repair has the potential to become the gold standard of hernia Repair in years to come. Expand
No-mesh Inguinal Hernia Repair with Continuous Absorbable Sutures: A Dream or Reality? (A Study of 229 Patients)
  • M. Desarda
  • Medicine
  • Saudi journal of gastroenterology : official…
  • 1 July 2008
TLDR
Continuous suturing saves operative time and one packet of suture material, and the dream of every surgeon to give recurrence-free inguinal hernia repair without leaving any foreign body inside the patient may well become a reality in future. Expand
Inguinal herniorrhaphy with an undetached strip of external oblique aponeurosis: a new approach used in 400 patients.
  • M. Desarda
  • Medicine
  • The European journal of surgery = Acta chirurgica
  • 1 June 2001
TLDR
The technique of hernia repair in which the posterior wall of the inguinal canal is strengthened with an undetached strip of the external oblique aponeurosis to give physiologically active and strong posterior wall is described. Expand
Physiological repair of inguinal hernia: a new technique (study of 860 patients)
TLDR
This operation is simple to perform, does not require foreign body like a mesh or complicated dissection of the inguinal floor as in Bassini/Shouldice and has shown excellent results with virtually zero recurrence rates. Expand
New method of inguinal hernia repair: A new solution
TLDR
A new technique to strengthen the posterior wall of the inguinal canal in all types of inguINAL hernias is described and has been developed because mesh is not easily available in rural or remote parts of many countries. Expand
Surgical physiology of inguinal hernia repair - a study of 200 cases
TLDR
A physiologically dynamic and strong posterior inguinal wall, and the shielding and compression action of the muscles and aponeuroses around the ingUinal canal are important factors that prevent hernia formation or hernia recurrence after repair. Expand
New method of inguinal hernia repair: A new solution: Reply
  • M. Desarda
  • Medicine
  • ANZ journal of surgery
  • 1 November 2001
TLDR
This operation is simple to perform, does not require mesh or extensive dissection and has produced excellent results, therefore it is a good alternative to mesh or other open or laparoscopic repairs. Expand
Letter to Editor by Losanoff et al.: reply (Physiological repair of inguinal hernia: a new technique)
TLDR
‘The aging process is minimum in tendons and aponurosis and therefore it is the best alternative to mesh’’ (Instead of Shouldice or other pure tissue repairs). Expand
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