Weyhe, Dirk; Belyaev, Orlin; Uhl, Waldemar
April 2007
World Journal of Surgery;Apr2007, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p866
Academic Journal
The article presents a reply to a letter to the editor concerning the comparison of monofile light and heavy polypropylene meshes. The comparison of the two meshes was to show a departure from the superficially postulated creed "less weight equals less biological response." Light meshes are made as a means of adjusting mesh structure to its intended function.


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