Characteristics of an ideal mesh.
|4.||Flexibility and memory|
|10.||Should block infectious diseases transmission|
|12.||Should have the ability to degrade itself over time and be easy to manufacture|
|13.||Minimal adhesion formation|
|14.||Should bear excellent tissue in growth with minimal shrinkage|
|15.||Should allow the formation of seroma but not fistula|
|16.||Promote minimal pain|
|17.||Should not change compliance of abdominal wall|
|18.||Should have elasticity in more than one dimension|
|19.||Should possess the quality of adhesiveness|
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