- •There are low rates of reoperation for paraesophageal hernia recurrence after repair.
- •Emergency paraesophageal hernia repair is associated with an increased risk of undergoing reoperation for hernia recurrence.
- •The use of robotic approach is rising and is not associated with increased risk of recurrence requiring reoperation.
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☆This manuscript has been seen and reviewed by all authors, and the material presented has not been published previously. The contents of this work were presented as a poster at the Midwest Surgical Association Annual Meeting on August 8, 2022, at Mackinac Island, MI.