BOGDAN STELIAN MASTALIER MANOLESCU, VALENTIN POPESCU, MARIUS SEPTIMIU PETRUTESCU, ANDRADA SERAFIM, IZABELA CRISTINA STANCU EVALUATIONS OF IMPLANTED POLYPROPYLENE MESH AFTER SURGICAL REMOVAL DUE TO EVENTRATION OR MESH REJECTION The Gold standard in parietal wall hernias is represented by mesh implantation. Both wall repair and hernia-associated complications are related to the anatomic location and biomechanics of the structures involved specificity. This work reports the results of the intraoperative and postoperative evaluation of synthetic polypropylene mesh integration. The mesh and the surrounding tissue, previously removed and preserved, have been analyzed macroscopically and at microscopic level. The tissue invaded the pores of the mesh and coated the monofilaments. The right balance between the mesh type and tissular response is hard to evaluate preoperatively, due to individual variations, but we can upgrade the criteria used to personalize the treatment for the best possible outcome.