“Robotic surgery is about measured, precise gestures. Elegance in the movements that I see in the
beauty of the final result” Dr. A.Darecchio
Epigastric hernia and large rectus abdominis diastasis in lean and athletic patient (2)
This patient despite being thin and fit seemed to still be pregnant due to a rectus abdominis diastasis and associated epigastric hernia. In robotic surgery the Dr. Darecchio resolved both the aesthetic and functional aspects of this case without the need for further superficial maneuvers. The skin regained solid support of the reconstructed abdominal wall and recompacted itself, and the epigastric hernia was cured permanently. The patient regularly and has a completely normal life.
rectus abdominis diastasis man and epigastric hernia
Young male patient suffering from congenital diastasis and epigastric hernia. The intervention performed by robotic surgery allowed a rapid healing, a full functional recovery and a remarkable aesthetic improvement.
Epigastric hernia and rectus abdominis diastasis
Young patient suffering from painful and bothersome epigastric hernia. In addition, rectus abdominis diastasis was causing a globular and anti-aesthetic looking abdomen. The surgery completely resolved both the aesthetic and functional aspect, with no visible scars.
Large submebelical laparocele associated with rectus abdominis diastasis and skin-adipose laxity
This complex case was resolved through R-TAPP access in robotic surgery by solidly and permanently reconstructing the abdominal wall that had been compromised by both diastasis and previous surgery. Dr. Darecchio.
Man diastasis surgery and training, review
Epigastric hernia and rectus abdominis diastasis in male athletic patient. Rapid postoperative recovery and excellent aesthetic-functional outcome. Dr. Darecchio.