Effectiveness of hybrid intraperitoneal mesh repair for paracolostomy hernia

Malgina NV1,2, Dolgina TYu1,2, Epifanova AD3, Rodoman GV1,2
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1 City Clinical Hospital № 24, Moscow, Russia

2 Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University, Moscow, Russia

3 Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, Moscow, Russia

Correspondence should be addressed: Tamara Yu. Dolgina
Pistsovaya, 10, 127015, Moscow; ur.xednay@aramat-aniglod

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Author contribution: Rodoman GV — the final version of the manuscript; Malgina NV — study concept and design; Dolgina TYu — data acquisition, manuscript draft; Epifanova AD — statistical analysis.

Compliance with ethical standards: the study was approved by the Ethics Committee of Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University (Protocol № 160 dated December 19, 2016)

Received: 2021-07-10 Accepted: 2021-07-25 Published online: 2021-08-17
Fig. 1. An intraoperative image of the parastomal fascial defect
Fig. 2. An intraoperative image showing defect closure with sutures
Fig. 3. An intraoperative image of the “envelope” for the colon
Fig. 4. The EUROQOL 5D-5L visual analogue scale
Fig. 5. Correlations between the crosswalk index and the VAS score
Fig. 6. Effectiveness of paracolostomy hernia repair
Table. Initial characteristics of patients included in the study