Component Separation Hernia Repair Technique by Dr. Iraniha
Some patients have extremely large hernia defects which are usually associated with retraction of the midline abdominal wall musculature and loss of their abdominal domain. This problem creates a significant tension on the incision during the closure of the large hernia defect and therefore, increases the risk of hernia recurrence. The component separation hernia repair technique is a bilateral rectus abdominis muscle advancement flap to reconstitute the midline abdominal wall anatomy and reduce the abdominal wall tension. In this procedure the surgeon raises an abdominal muscle flap on both sides and mobilizes them to the center to close the hernia defect without tension. This technique provides a dynamic abdominal wall by restoring the structural support of the mid-abdominal wall, providing stable soft tissue coverage, and optimizing esthetic appearance in large abdominal wall hernias.
What does Component Separation Hernia Repair Technique provide?
The component separation hernia repair technique for hernia repair have continued to be refined in hopes of providing a repair with less chance of recurrence, less acute and chronic pain, less complications, faster recovery and better long term quality of life.
At surgical Oasis Institute, a discussion with Dr. Iraniha robotic surgery expert who has the expertise in component separation hernia repair technique and is familiar with all methods and techniques of hernia repair would give the patient the best possible options and alternatives to reach the desired goals. To schedule a consultation with Dr. Iraniha please call our office at (949) 646-8444 Thank you.