Updates in General Surgery, Feb. 7-10, 2020, in Vail, Colorado, will feature practical guidance for hernia and colorectal care, managing acute care patients and rural surgery practices.
Updates in General Surgery offers the latest innovative management and treatment options for general surgeons for hernia, breast disease, HPB, bariatric, trauma, colorectal and foregut surgery.
In this video, surgeons from Cleveland Clinic’s Comprehensive Hernia Center repair a recurrent subxiphoid defect measuring 25 cm by 30 cm.
Hernia surgeons will gather with world-renowned experts for Updates in Abdominal Wall Reconstruction, Jan. 14-16 at Disney World. The program will feature a full day dedicated to robotic surgery.
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This 59-year-old abdominal hernia patient received Cleveland Clinic’s first robotic-assisted abdominal wall reconstruction by Drs. John Rodriguez and Michael Rosen.
Cleveland Clinic’s Hernia Center is pioneering advances in the field of hernia surgery, standardizing approaches to disease while improving quality and reducing costs. Discover how we’re leading the charge.