2014 AWR / Georgetown Conference: Symposium

The Role of Biologics in Abdominal Wall Reconstruction

Part 2 Presented by:

David M. Adelman, MD, PhD, FACS
Assistant Professor
Department of Plastic Surgery
The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center

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1) Intro and Considerations: Defining Integration

2) Thoughts on Repair Techniques in AWR

3) Case Example #1: Large Ventral Hernia Repair

4) Case Example #2: Right Flank/Subcostal Hernia with Long Term Follow-up

5) Case Example #3: Hemipelvectomy Defect: Strength Matters

6) Case Example #4: Enterocutaneous Fistula: Contaminated Fields

7) Case Example #5: Composite Abdominal Wall Resection with SurgiMend Bridge and Soft Tissue Flap Reconstruction

8) Case Example #6: Evisceration in a Poor Healer: Open Abdomen with Vacuum-assisted Closure

9) Case Example #7: Hernia Repair in an Immunosuppressed Patient with Infectious Complications

10) Case Example #8: Hernia Repair in a Patient Undergoing Concurrent Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy and Infectious Complications

11) Conclusions & Summary