omentoplasty

o·men·to·plas·ty

(ō'men'tō-plas-tē),
Use of vascularized greater omentum to cover or fill a defect, augment arterial or portal venous circulation, absorb effusions, or increase lymphatic drainage.
See also: omentopexy.
[omento- + G. plastos, formed]

omentoplasty

(ō-mĕn′tə-plăs′tē)
n.
A surgical procedure in which a portion of the greater omentum is used to cover or fill a defect, augment arterial or portal venous circulation, absorb effusions, or increase lymphatic drainage.

o·men·to·plas·ty

(ō-men'tō-plas-tē)
Use of the greater omentum to cover or fill a defect, augment arterial or portal venous circulation, absorb effusions, or increase lymphatic drainage.
See also: omentopexy
[omento- + G. plastos, formed]

omentoplasty

(ō-mĕn′tō-plăs″tē) [L. omentum, covering, + Gr. plassein, to form]
The use of tissue from the greater omentum as a graft in reinforcing tissues.
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Omentoplasty acts by increasing the collateral circulation as it contains Angiogenic factor.
Ozturk (1) et al have advocated a 'conservative' approach of de-roofing the cyst and either draining the residual cavity or obliterating it using omentoplasty or capitonage.
The aim of this study was to assess the efficacy of open cyst excision and omentoplasty surgery in the treatment of isolated renal hydatid csyt.
Materials and methods: Seven patients with isolated renal hydatid cyst treated in our clinic with open cyst excision and omentoplasty surgery between April 1999 and June 2009 were reviewed, retrospectively.
Conclusion: Cyst excision and omentoplasty is an effective surgical technique for the treatment of isolated renal hydatid disease.
Conservative surgical techniques such as marsupialisation, total cystectomy, and partial pericystectomy with omentoplasty
Laparoscopic deroofing (combined with omentoplasty and/or oversewing) of uncomplicated liver cysts is associated with a recurrence rate of 10 to 25%, with less morbidity and mortality as compared with open surgery.
Management of residual cavity after partial cystectomy for hepatic hydatidosis: comparison of omentoplasty with external drainage.