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R Lebeau, F Brou Assamoi Kassi, S Kacou Yénon, B DianéC, J-C Kouassi
This study aimed to describe the epidemiological, clinical, therapeutic and postoperative data of strangulated groin hernia. Details of consecutive adults patients admitted to our emergency wards for strangulated groins hernia and operated on from august 1998 to december 2007 were recorded. In addition the mode of presentation, hernia type, treatment and outcome were also recorded for each case. The statistical analysis used the Chi2 test and the Fischer test. 149 strangulated groin hernias were recorded in 135 men and 14 women...
May 2011: Revue Médicale de Bruxelles
Wael Rebai, Hassen Hentati, Amine Makni, Rachid Ksontini, Faouzi Chebbi, Fadhel Ftiriche, Mohamed Jouini, Montasser Kacem, Zoubeir Ben Safta
BACKGROUND: Herniation of the appendix into a femoral hernia--also called De Garengeot hernia--is a rare but well-recognized entity. It is typically discovered incidentally during hernia repair. Acute appendicitis in a strangulated femoral hernia is even more uncommon. AIM: Report a new case. CASE: We report on a patient admitted for a painful groin mass. She underwent emergency surgery. Exploration identified acute appendicitis in a strangulated femoral hernia sac...
March 2010: La Tunisie Médicale
M Dieng, B El Kouzi, O Ka, I Konaté, M Cissé, A Sanou, Y Sanoussi, A Dia, C T Touré
UNLABELLED: Strangulation is the most complication of groin hernias in adults. OBJECTIVE: To report our experiment in the treatment of strangulated groin hernias and their presentation in adults. MATERIAL AND METHOD: It is a retrospective study carried out from January 1997 to June 2002, involving 228 patients operated for strangulated groin. Epidemiologic, clinical and therapeutic aspects were studied. RESULTS: The average age of the patients was 45 years with extremes of 17 and 85 years...
2008: Le Mali Médical
B Fall, M E Betel, O Diarra, M Ba, A Dia, A Diop
The authors report a prospective study comparing pre and immediate post operative complications of non complicated hernia of the groin in adult treated by operations based on Bassini and Mac Vay technics. It concerned a total of 100 patients made up of two groups of 50 age ranging from 13 to 84 years with an average age of 47 years of whom were 93 males and 7 females. No mortality was registered. The rate of complications was 20% in Bassini's technic and 22% in Mac Vay's technic. There were: bladder injurie, accidental skin wound incurred by the electric surgical blade, meningeal irritation, urinary retention, scrotal sac hematoma, parietal suppuration, intestinal occlusion and immediate recidivation before 6 months...
2005: Dakar Médical
E A Granados, H Villavicencio, F Sole-Balcells
OBJECTIVE: In some patients consulting for a prostatic condition, inguinal hernia might be incidentally discovered during evaluation. The results achieved by simultaneous prostatectomy and hernia repair are presented. METHODS: 52 patients with hyperplasia of the prostate and inguinal hernia underwent treatment for both conditions during the same surgical procedure. Patient ages ranged from 56-88 years. All patients underwent suprapubic prostatectomy and hernia repair...
October 1998: Archivos Españoles de Urología
A Bahloul, M Njeh, M Ben Amar, M N Mhiri
The authors report 5 cases of bladder herniation through inguinal ring. All the patients were males aged between 52 and 72 years with a mean of 63 years. The clinic symptoms were non specific. In four cases the diagnosis was made by IVP. In the fifth case the bladder herniation was discovered after an incidental opening of the bladder during a right inguinal hernia repair. Four patients were operated on for replacement of the bladder and repair of the hernial ring; the procedure followed was Mac Vay technique in two cases, Shouldice in one case and placement of a Mersuture prosthesis in another case...
1996: Journal D'urologie
J M Hay
After a short description of the anatomy of the inguinal area, especially of muscular walls and rings, weaken areas through which hernia could appear, we describe surgical procedures, using or not prosthesis, to strength the posterior wall. The most usual procedures using no prosthesis are Bassini's, Mac Vay's and Shouldice's techniques. The procedures using prosthesis are Lichtenstein's, plug's, Stoppa and Rive's, and Pouliquen's techniques. Finally, we describe coelioscopic procedures (intra- and extraperitoneal approach)...
February 1, 1997: La Revue du Praticien
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