Primary (PVHs) and incisional (IHs) ventral hernias represent a common indication for surgery. Nevertheless, most of the papers presented in literature analyze both types of defect together, thus potentially introducing a bias in the results of interpretation. The purpose of this systematic review and meta-analysis is to highlight the differences between these two entities.

Pooled data analysis of primary ventral (PVH) and incisional hernia (IH) repair is no more acceptable: results of a systematic review and metanalysis of current literature / Stabilini, C.; Cavallaro, G.; Dolce, P.; Capoccia Giovannini, S.; Corcione, F.; Frascio, M.; Sodo, M.; Merola, G.; Bracale, U.. - In: HERNIA. - ISSN 1265-4906. - 23:5(2019), pp. 831-845. [10.1007/s10029-019-02033-4]

Pooled data analysis of primary ventral (PVH) and incisional hernia (IH) repair is no more acceptable: results of a systematic review and metanalysis of current literature

Dolce P.;Corcione F.;Sodo M.;Merola G.;Bracale U.
2019

Abstract

Primary (PVHs) and incisional (IHs) ventral hernias represent a common indication for surgery. Nevertheless, most of the papers presented in literature analyze both types of defect together, thus potentially introducing a bias in the results of interpretation. The purpose of this systematic review and meta-analysis is to highlight the differences between these two entities.
2019
Pooled data analysis of primary ventral (PVH) and incisional hernia (IH) repair is no more acceptable: results of a systematic review and metanalysis of current literature / Stabilini, C.; Cavallaro, G.; Dolce, P.; Capoccia Giovannini, S.; Corcione, F.; Frascio, M.; Sodo, M.; Merola, G.; Bracale, U.. - In: HERNIA. - ISSN 1265-4906. - 23:5(2019), pp. 831-845. [10.1007/s10029-019-02033-4]
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