How much does abdominal wall surgery cost?
around 15,000 to 20,000
A hernia. It is an organ or tissue that sticks out through a weak area in the muscle or other tissue that usually contains it such as the abdominal wall. The cause is usually a weakness in the wall. The first symptom is a bulge in the wall. Treat by wearing a supportive garment or truss. In severe cases, surgery is performed.
Laparoscopic surgery can be any number of surgeries that use a laparoscope, which is a small device with a camera for remote viewing. The benefit of this type of surgery is that only a small incision needs to be made to perform the operation. well you should get all the information here on this site www.abdominoplasty-surgery.com
Ventral hernia occurs when part of the contents of the abdominal cavity-; most often a piece of intestine that protrudes through the cavity and into the abdominal wall. Normally, the muscles and tissues that line the cavity keep the organs inside. Surgery is required and usually done with laparoscopic surgery, but, if there is a 'strangulation hernia' cutting off blood supply then a more extensive surgery will be done.
A newborn's abdominal wall is not strong right now and so the abdominal muscles split open, allowing some of the intestines to push outside the abdominal wall. It's not serious and usually goes away as the baby gets older. If the condition does not improve by the babie's first birthday, I'd suggest taking your baby to the doctor to see if something non-invasive can be done. Often if it does not get better by age…