alexa Preperitoneal Richter hernia after a laparoscopic gastric bypass.
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Surgery: Current Research

Author(s): Matthews BD, Heniford BT, Sing RF

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Abstract Trocar-site incisional hernias are potentially dangerous because of their susceptibility to become Richter hernias. The authors describe a morbidly obese patient in whom developed an unusual type of Richter hernia after a laparoscopic isolated Roux-en-Y gastric bypass at a 10-mm trocar site. Although the fascial closure of the trocar hernia site was intact, a hernia developed through the peritoneum into the preperitoneal space. For morbidly obese patients, the thick preperitoneum is a potential space that allows for the development of a Richter hernia, despite adequate fascial closure. It is recommended that all 10-mm and 12-mm trocar sites be closed, incorporating the peritoneum into the fascial closure to obliterate the preperitoneal space, to prevent this postoperative complication.
This article was published in Surg Laparosc Endosc Percutan Tech and referenced in Surgery: Current Research

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