Hernia Videos

Inguinal hernia mesh plug removal with anticipated bleed and repair of iliac artery

This video is intended for surgeons and is for educational uses only. Mesh removal surgery (open or MIS) can be associated with significant risks. This is a case of constant groin pain occurring after an inguinal hernia mesh plug and patch inguinal hernia repair. Removal of plugs requires careful dissection and some significant bleeding can …

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Laparoscopic anterior plication for diastasis recti

For some very select patients with diastasis recti, a laparoscopic non-mesh option is available for diastasis repair. This option does not include any skin excision, which is different from a traditional abdominoplasty. This option is not covered by insurance. Ask your surgeon if you are a candidate and always discuss the risks and benefits before …

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Spacemaker balloon (two sided) only opening up one side, and why

For Angela TEP (totally extra-peritoneal) balloon demonstration of a two sided balloon only opening up one side. This happens often, even without external pressure. Video uploaded by Dr. Brian Jacob NYC HERNIA™ Hernia Repair in New York City

Hidden inguinal hernia

Hidden inguinal hernia, aka occult hernias, are a cause of pelvic pain. Sometimes NOT palpable and not seen on sonogram, CT scan or MRI Video uploaded by Dr. Brian Jacob NYC HERNIA™ Hernia Repair in New York City

Another TEP set up

Initial set up for laparoscopic TEP inguinal hernia Video uploaded by Dr. Brian Jacob NYC HERNIA™ Hernia Repair in New York City

TEP set up

TEP, set-up steps Video uploaded by Dr. Brian Jacob NYC HERNIA™ Hernia Repair in New York City

R-TAPP closure for critique

R-TAPP (right transabdominal preperitoneal) closure for critique Video uploaded by Dr. Brian Jacob NYC HERNIA™ Hernia Repair in New York City

So shines a good deed. SAGES 2017 Keynote Lecture on Social Media

“So shines a good deed…” Dr Brian Jacob delivers the SAGES keynote lecture 2017 on social media, mentorship, and disrupting the status quo. The traditional methods surgeons use to share, educate, mentor, and disseminate knowledge is ripe for innovative disruption, and the revolution has begun. Thank you SAGES www.sages.org and www.nychernia.com for this opportunity. Video …

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