Complex Abdominal Wall Hernia Surgeries

Surgical Procedures

Complex Abdominal Wall Hernia Surgeries

Complex Abdominal Wall Hernia Surgeries The preparedness of our professional staff, the cooperation between associated specialties, and the available infrastructure reliably enable the performance of complex and more complicated than usual abdominal wall hernia surgeries. During the procedures, the abdominal wall is reinforced with a type of mesh that best supports the specific surgical goal.

During the interventions, our aim is always to perform surgery that is aesthetically pleasing, plastically corrected, and completed with proper scar management. If necessary, a plastic surgeon can be involved. Our surgical outpatient clinic is continuously available for the long-term follow-up of surgical wounds. Rehabilitation and physiotherapy are also available within our institution.

Our complex and more complicated than usual abdominal wall hernia surgeries include the following cases:

  • Surgeries in which a bowel, biliary, or urological surgery is performed simultaneously with the hernia surgery, therefore under one anesthesia. Such interventions are typically required when an existing hernia is detected during the examination before another surgery.
  • There are patients who have several hernias at the same time due to abdominal wall weakness; these can also be resolved during one anesthesia.
  • A special challenge is the surgical solution of enterocutaneous fistulas starting from the intestines or stomas open on the skin, which are accompanied by hernias. We safely perform these interventions in our institution.
  • Treating complications caused by infected, suppurating meshes presents a special task. In these cases, we first remove the mesh, which we replace with an absorbable one. In certain cases, we can only perform the reconstruction of the abdominal wall months later, following the resolution of the infection.
  • The treatment of hernias larger than 10 cm also represents a larger surgical task, where the abdominal wall cannot be directly united. In these cases, we replace the abdominal wall with a special mesh.
  • The treatment of recurrent hernias, which have recurred several times, also forms a separate category, and we solve these with personalized procedures.
Dr. Gábor Friedman
Dr. Gábor Friedman
Surgeon
Dr. Imre Fehérvári
Dr. Imre Fehérvári
Surgeon, Proctologist, Hepatologist
Dr. István Péter Lukovich
Dr. István Péter Lukovich
Surgeon - only operating doctor
Dr. József Furák
Dr. József Furák
Surgeon - only operating doctor
Dr. Péter Iván Karaffa
Dr. Péter Iván Karaffa
Surgeon
Dr. Péter Lukász
Dr. Péter Lukász
Surgeon - only operating doctor
Dr. Péter Sipos
Dr. Péter Sipos
Surgeon, Proctologist
Dr. Péter Vasas
Dr. Péter Vasas
Surgeon
Dr. Széda Szabolcs
Dr. Széda Szabolcs
Surgeon
Dr. Tamás Vass
Dr. Tamás Vass
Surgeon
Prof. Dr. Zoltán Máthé
Prof. Dr. Zoltán Máthé
Surgeon
Dr. Gábor Friedman
Dr. Gábor Friedman
Surgeon
Dr. Imre Fehérvári
Dr. Imre Fehérvári
Surgeon, Proctologist, Hepatologist
Dr. István Péter Lukovich
Dr. István Péter Lukovich
Surgeon - only operating doctor
Dr. József Furák
Dr. József Furák
Surgeon - only operating doctor
Dr. Péter Iván Karaffa
Dr. Péter Iván Karaffa
Surgeon
Dr. Péter Lukász
Dr. Péter Lukász
Surgeon - only operating doctor
Dr. Péter Sipos
Dr. Péter Sipos
Surgeon, Proctologist
Dr. Péter Vasas
Dr. Péter Vasas
Surgeon
Dr. Széda Szabolcs
Dr. Széda Szabolcs
Surgeon
Dr. Tamás Vass
Dr. Tamás Vass
Surgeon
Prof. Dr. Zoltán Máthé
Prof. Dr. Zoltán Máthé
Surgeon
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