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Laparoscopic repair of paraesophageal hiatal hernias.Academic Article Why?
Diagnosis and treatment of atypical presentations of hiatal hernia following bariatric surgery.Academic Article Why?
Laparoscopic repair of paraesophageal hiatal hernias.Academic Article Why?
Prevalence of hiatal hernia by blinded multidetector CT in patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.Academic Article Why?
Autologous Posterior Rectus Sheath as a Vascularized Onlay Flap: a Novel Approach to Hiatal Hernia Repair.Academic Article Why?
Hiatus hernia. Its significance in the elderly patient.Academic Article Why?
Hernia, HiatalConcept Why?
Ujiki, MichaelPerson Why?
Hiatal hernia size affects lower esophageal sphincter function, esophageal acid exposure, and the degree of mucosal injury.Academic Article Why?
Vigneswaran, YaliniPerson Why?
Ferguson, Mark K.Person Why?
A 13-year experience with biologic and biosynthetic absorbable mesh reinforced laparoscopic paraesophageal hernia repair.Academic Article Why?
An underappreciated cause of intermittent chest pain, asthma, and iron deficiency anaemia.Academic Article Why?
Biomesh placement in laparoscopic repair of paraesophageal hernias.Academic Article Why?
Crural closure, not fundoplication, results in a significant decrease in lower esophageal sphincter distensibility.Academic Article Why?
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