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Endoscopic rectus diastasis surgery: the video

In my YouTube channel are available, among others, various videos of the endoscopic surgery of the diastasis recti.

La Endoscopic rectus diastasis surgery, o REPA - Pre-Aponeurotic Endoscopic Repair, a technique developed a few years ago by an Argentinian surgeon, my friend Derlin Juarez Muas - is now also a reality in Italyand gives a solution to a serious problemand felt as such by many women, without having to undergo a highly invasive operation such as abdominoplasty. Via three small holes (one about 12 mm, two about 5 mm) my group is able to repair a diastasis of the rectus abdominis musclesreconstructing the midline by suturing their anterior fascia, and reinforcing the abdominal wall with a networkall with surgical incisions so small that they leave almost no trace. "Cirugía sin huellas'.my Spanish friends call it: surgery without impressions. Gentle surgery, I would say.

The video is of one of the last patients I operated on; watch out: intra-operative sequences are not for weak heartsalthough, as you will see, bleeding is minimal and the surgical field is always perfectly clean!

Lo very little bleeding, the very small surgical incisions and the use of a appropriate network make this intervention truly minimally invasivewith very moderate postoperative pain and return home as early as the day after surgery. The operation is indicated in all cases of diastasis rectibut especially in those patients who, not having excess skin, could not enjoy the only advantage of classic abdominoplasty (i.e. dermolipectomy, or removal of excess skin and subcutaneous fatty tissue).

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Click here to watch the REPA video.

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10 thoughts on “Chirurgia endoscopica della diastasi dei retti: il video”

  1. Maria Grazia Brianfa

    I am 65 years old and I suffer from this pathology, but there is a problem: I am a type 2 diabetic with hypertension, my question is: can I have the operation? Having these pathologies .

  2. Good morning, I am 43 years old and a 'flabby' abdomen is affected by several stretch marks.
    I considered abdominoplasty but the surgeon told me that the result would be minimal due to the scarcity of adipose tissue but that repairing the diastasis of the abdominal roofs would greatly improve the aesthetic appearance of the abdomen.
    Do you think it is possible to have such a result through the surgery you practise? What are the conditions for it? Thank you

  3. Good morning I am Lisa...39 years old. I gave birth a year and 2 months ago but I still have a fairly noticeable belly that I can't seem to get back in....I wonder if this is normal after a year and 2 months and should I expect it to come back in? Or should I be worried that I have abdominal diastasis? Thanks

  4. Good morning I would like to know if you operate only in Turin or in other cities, I am from Tuscany, and also if diastasis surgery is subsidised by the health service.
    Best regards

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