Lifecell AlloDerm: Hernia Repair Surgery & Recurrence
If you or a loved one had abdominal hernia surgery that involved the use of AlloDerm Regenerative Tissue Matrix, you may be able to recover compensation in a lawsuit. Contact a lawyer for a free review.
A team of class action attorneys and personal injury lawyers has launched an investigation into AlloDerm Regenerative Tissue Matrix, a type of surgical mesh or skin graft made from donated skin or cadaveric dermis processed and distributed by LifeCell Corporation and used for, among other things, the repair or replacement of damaged or inadequate tissue on abdominal hernia repair patients.
Recent studies reportedly have shown a high rate of hernia recurrence in patients who had abdominal hernias repaired with AlloDerm Regenerative Tissue Matrix.
Potential symptoms and side effects from AlloDerm Regenerative Tissue Matrix may include:
Pain or soreness
Hernia comes back
Surgery to remove the AlloDerm
Surgery to replace the AlloDerm
Multiple hernia recurrence
If you or someone you love had surgery to repair an abdominal hernia in which AlloDerm Regenerative Tissue Matrix was implanted to repair the abdominal hernia and have suffered from potential AlloDerm side effects such as abdominal pain, disfigurement, inflammation, swelling, pain, soreness, abscess, infection, hernia recurrence (hernia came back), surgery to remove the Alloderm or surgery to replace the Alloderm, you may be entitled to recover money.**
**If you had abdominal hernia surgery that involved the use of AlloDerm Regenerative Tissue Matrix, we urge you to promptly consult your doctor or physician for an evaluation.
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