Hernias occur when an organ, intestine, or other tissue squeezes through a weak area in nearby muscles or connective tissue. In many cases it protrudes through the skin surface and is visible. 90% of hernia surgeries use mesh to complete the repair. Let’s look at hernia repair surgery: what exactly is “mesh”? Mesh Is a
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Hernia Surgeons In Southeast Michigan
Michigan Hernia Surgery
We are general surgeons specializing in the care of patients suffering from hernias and abdominal wall disorders that may require hernia surgery and /or abdominal wall reconstruction for repair. Our patients come to us from all over the state and from the Southeast and Central Michigan area including Detroit, Ann Arbor, Flint, and Lansing for our unparalleled experience in hernia surgery and commitment to quality care. Approximately 95% of all our office patients are evaluated for a hernia, as that is the devoted focus of our practice.
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This website is intended to help educate our patients about hernias and other common general surgical issues. Information is provided to help patients understand what hernias are, if and when they require treatment, and what treatment options are available for the best success with the least amount of risk. We are continually building and improving this website to help our patients throughout Detroit, southeast Michigan, and all around the state, participate in their care and make informed decisions.
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A parastomal hernia forms only after a stoma has been created during ostomy surgery. A stoma is an opening in the abdomen that can be connected to the digestive or urinary system so waste can be redirected out of the body and into a bag. It is common to develop a parastomal hernia within a
Parastomal hernias are unique and only form at the site of a stoma. 78% of patients with a stoma will develop a hernia within just a few years, and unfortunately many will have a recurrence. Keep reading if you or someone you love has a stoma and find out when should a parastomal hernia be