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Free examinations for hernia at "Vita Hernia Center"
Soccer star Diego Ferareso underwent bloodless surgery of "sports hernia" at "Vita" Hospital
Why should hernia be operated?
Guideline on the treatment of inguinal hernia in adult patients according to European Hernia Society – EHS
Hiatal hernia and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
Laparoscopic or traditional (ordinary, with incision) hernia operation?
What is “sport hernia”?
Hernia from both sides or bilateral hernia
Hernia treatment
Hernia - anesthesia
Complications in hernia
What is hernia?



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Free examinations for hernia at "Vita Hernia Center"
Specialists in "Vita" have dedicated more than 15 years in the diagnosis and treatment of the disease called "hernia". In "Vita Hernia Center" are used with priority the most innovative surgical techniques in the treatment of all types of abdominal hernias.
Soccer star Diego Ferareso underwent bloodless surgery of "sports hernia" at "Vita" Hospital
Brazilian soccer star Diego Ferareso from PFC Lokomotiv (Plovdiv) underwent bloodless surgery of "sports hernia" at "Vita" Hospital yesterday. The defender of Plovdiv football team trusted for his surgery the team, led by Dr. Rosen Tushev - specialist in laparoscopic (bloodless) operational techniques in "Vita" Hospital and Manager of "Vita Hernia Center."
Why should hernia be operated?
Hernia is dumped out tissue, organ or part of an organ through a congenital or acquired defect in the muscle or connective sheath. Hernia has three parts - hernia ring, hernia bag and hernia contents. The most common hernia occurs in the abdomen. Due to congenital or acquired local weakness in the abdominal wall, a port may appear through which eyelet fat or part of the abdominal organs covered by the peritoneum, may escape.
Guideline on the treatment of inguinal hernia in adult patients according to European Hernia Society – EHS
M. P. Simons T. Aufenacker M. Bay-Nielsen J. L. Bouillot G. Campanelli J. Conze D. de Lange R. Fortelny T. Heikkinen A. Kingsnorth J. Kukleta S. Morales-Conde P. Nordin V. Schumpelick S. Smedberg M. Smietanski G. Weber M. Miserez
Hiatal hernia and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD)
Today still more surgeons resort to operative treatment of GERD and hiatal hernias
Laparoscopic or traditional (ordinary, with incision) hernia operation?
Comparison between the conventional and laparoscopic hernioplastics
What is “sport hernia”?
This injury in groin is relatively rare status and is specific for active sportsmen
Hernia from both sides or bilateral hernia
Often there is hernia on both sides and this is a risky factor for more frequent recurrence
Hernia treatment
Different methods for hernia treatment are applied
Hernia - anesthesia
In the inguinal hernia operation we prefer regional (spinal) anesthesia
Complications in hernia
The most frequent complication of hernias is their entrapment
What is hernia?
About 2% of the population suffer from hernia and therefore it is important each one to have basic knowledge on this problem, to know symptoms and therapeutic methods. It may appear in males and females but is more frequent in males. Hernias may appear at any age, it may be noticed in newborn as well as in very old individual. Each hernia should be diagnosed correctly and with details and to be treated adequately.

TYPES OF HERNIA

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