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Figure 2: (a) Ending the closure of the hernia defect. (b) Mesh placement (28 cm × 16 cm) for inguinal and Spigelian hernias, reducing the cost of the procedure. (c) Use of haemostatic tissue in the bladder area to stop bleeding. (d) Spigelian hernia being closed at the edges of the transverse abdomen

Figure 2: (a) Ending the closure of the hernia defect. (b) Mesh placement (28 cm × 16 cm) for inguinal and Spigelian hernias, reducing the cost of the procedure. (c) Use of haemostatic tissue in the bladder area to stop bleeding. (d) Spigelian hernia being closed at the edges of the transverse abdomen