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ROX Hernia Center Hernia Repair Portfolio

Hernia before and after photos
  • Patient BT-Pre-Operative Frontal View

    Repairing a Huge Ventral Hernia Using Components Separation

    This patient presented several years following surgery for multiple gunshot wounds to the abdomen. At the time of his original operation (a trauma laparotomy), his abdomen was intentionally left open due to massive swelling of his intestines. His intestines were later skin grafted in order to allow the patient time to recover from his initial […]

  • Recurrent Vental Incisional Upper Abdominal Hernia Pre-operative frontal view

    Recurrent Ventral Incisional Hernia Repair

    The patient pictured below presented with a recurrent ventral incisional hernia following several previous surgeries. The patient was previously obese and subsequently lost a great amount of weight following gastric bypass surgery. Following the gastric bypass surgery, she then underwent body contouring surgery which included an extended abdominoplasty. As a part of the body contouring […]

  • Ventral Hernia Pre-operative frontal view

    Ventral Incisional Hernia Repair

    Ventral Incisional Hernia Defect Operative Procedure: Laparascopic Ventral Abdominal Hernia Repair with Inlay Mesh; Abdominal Dermolipectomy.

  • Right Groin Hernia Mesh Infection

    Hernia Mesh Infection: Inguinal Hernia Defect Repair

    This is a 35 year old male who presented with an exposed and grossly infected right groin mesh. The patient had previously undergone a laparascopic right inguinal hernia repair with permanent mesh in Israel. His first repair failed and he then underwent a second repair attempt by another surgeon in London, England using a direct […]

  • Patient HT Pre-operative Hernia Repair Frontal View

    Ventral Incisional Hernia Repair Following Sigmoid Colectomy

    This patient developed a large ventral incisional hernia following a sigmoid colon resection for diverticulitis. However, in addition to the actual ventral incisional hernia defect, the patient actually developed “loss of abdominal domain” (inability of the abdominal cavity to contain the intestines and other abdominal contents) as a result of severe lateral splaying of the […]

  • Frontal Before Ventral Incisional Hernia Repair

    Ventral Incisional Hernia Repair with Loss of Domain

    This patient was in a motor vehicle collision and underwent trauma exploratory laparatomy. His abdomen was unable to be closed, so the trauma surgeons placed multiple skin grafts directly over his intestines.