Marlex mesh

Marlex mesh

(măr′lĕks)
A monofilament, biologically inert mesh used in surgical procedures to help cover or strengthen areas, as in hernia repair.
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Hernia repair with Marlex mesh: a comparison of techniques.
Julian, "The efficacy of Marlex mesh in the repair of severe, recurrent vaginal prolapse of the anterior midvaginal wall," American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, vol.
Further observations on the use of marlex mesh: a new technique for the repair of inguinal hernias.
The efficacy or Marlex mesh in therepair of severe recurrent vaginal prolapse of the anterior midvaginal wall.
In a case where the central anterior chest wall defect measured 10 x 6 cm, repair included an omental flap, Simplex bone cement, Gore-Tex mesh, and Marlex mesh. A split thickness skin graft was placed, and a vacuum-assisted closure device covered the wound [11].
Her lawyers allege that without genuine Phillips Marlex mesh - which had government approval - the Boston Scientific implants were illegal.
Grody, "The efficacy of Marlex mesh in the repair of severe, recurrent vaginal prolapse of the anterior midvaginal wall," The American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, vol.
Repair of inguinoscrotal hernia using Marlex Mesh and scrotal skin flaps.
Certain synthetic biomaterials, such as Marlex mesh, have also been used to support the fascia in cases of brain herniation.