Pathophysiology of Inguinal Hernia?


Inguinal Hernis protrudes in the form of an abdominal-cavity from the inguinal canal. Because of the large size of their inguinal canal, men are more likely to have an inguinal hernia than women. The large size of the inguinal canal is men is used for the accommodation of the structures of the spermatic cord.
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An inguinal hernia is developed by males in the groin area usually after heavy lifting.
Small hernias can be repaired under a local anaesthetic as a day case. Laparoscopic hernia repairs will be done under a General anesthetic. Unfit patients can be considered for repair
In some cases, surgeons may repair an inguinal hernia with an open procedure requiring an incision on the outside of the abdomen, according to the Mayo Clinic. Individuals undergoing
( ′iŋ·gwən·əl ′her·nē·ə ) (medicine) Protrusion of the abdominal viscera through the inguinal canal.
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Inguinal Hernia
An inguinal hernia occurs in the groin area when fatty or intestinal tissues push through the inguinal canal. The inguinal canal is located at the base of the abdomen. This hernia causes bulges along the pubic area that can increase in size when you stand up or cough. It may be painful or sensitive to the touch. Surgery is the primary treatment. The operation is common and has a high success rate. More »
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