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NEW FULLY ABSOLUTE SYNTHETIC MESH FOR INGUINAL HERNIA REPAIR

Inguinal Hernia is the most common hernia of the abdominal wall and is diagnosed with a simple clinical examination. Its surgical treatment involves the placement of a synthetic mesh which until now had been an exclusively non-absorbable synthetic material. Consequently, the mesh remained in our body for our whole life, potentially exacerbating postoperative pain and the possibility of infection. Today, technology evolution brought us a new fully absorbable synthetic mesh. Its unique property is that it is completely absorbed by the

PILONIDAL CYSTS WITH LASER

Pilonidal cyst is a very common condition particularly in young people which can only be treated surgically. However, classical surgical techniques are characterized by long recovery time and painful daily changes making the surgery experience quite uncomfortable for the patients. In addition, the use of CO2 laser or radio frequencies is quite often reported which causes a major surgical trauma and practically does not differ from conventional surgical techniques. Nowadays, with the use of a new generation laser, with a 360