Histologic and biomechanical evaluation of a novel macroporous polytetrafluoroethylene knit mesh compared to lightweight and heavyweight polypropylene mesh in a porcine model of ventral incisional hernia repair

L. Melman, E. D. Jenkins, N. A. Hamilton, L. C. Bender, M. D. Brodt, C. R. Deeken, S. C. Greco, M. M. Frisella, B. D. Matthews

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