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Mesh Implant Removal
Mesh implant removal is a surgical procedure to remove a mesh implant that has been previously used to repair a hernia, pelvic organ prolapse or other medical conditions. The procedure is typically performed due to complications such as chronic pain, infection, mesh erosion, or organ damage caused by the mesh. Risk factors for mesh implant complications include the type of mesh used, the surgical technique, and the patient's overall health status. Mesh removal surgery is complex and carries risks such as bleeding, nerve injury, and recurrence of the underlying condition. Preoperative evaluation and careful consideration of the risks and benefits of mesh removal are essential for a successful outcome.
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