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Surgical mesh is a loosely woven sheet which is used as either a permanent or temporary support for organs and other tissues during surgery. The meshes are available in both inorganic and biological materials, and are used in a variety of surgeries. Though hernia repair surgery is the most common application, they can also be used for reconstructive work; such as in pelvic organ prolapse.

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Permanent meshes remain in the body, whereas temporary ones dissolve over time; as an example, TIGR Matrix test mesh was fully dissolved after three years in a recent trial on sheep. Some meshes combine permanent and temporary meshes such as Vipro; a brand name for a product combining the re-absorbable material vipryl, made from polyglycolic acid, and prolene, a non-reabsorbable polypropylene.