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inguinal region

[′iŋ·gwən·əl ‚rē·jən]
(anatomy)
The abdominal region occurring on each side of the body as a depression between the abdomen and the thigh. Also known as iliac region.
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Eduardo Bassini (1844-1924) is considered to be the father of modern inguinal hernia surgery.
Hombre de 40 anos que consulto por cuadro de 10 horas de dolor en la region inguinal derecha, con masa palpable dolorosa e irreductible, sin signos de obstruccion intestinal; tenia leucocitosis (13 100/[micro]L), neutrofilia (79%) y proteina C reactiva elevada.
Conclusion: This case report illustrates the occurrence of testicular ischemia owing to compressed vascular supply by an incarcerated inguinal hernia.
Keywords: Inguinal hernia, Ilioinguinal nerve, Lichtenstein hernioplasty, Post-operative pain.
Conclusion: Lichtenstein is more promising in comparison to Darn repair in terms of recurrence in inguinal hernia.
Conclusions: Single penile incision for both hypospadias repair and correction of inguinal pathology is a feasible technique and comparable to the conventional approach, with similar surgical outcomes and shorter overall operative time.
Inguinal hernia is one of the most common surgical disorders in general surgery practice.
The aim of this study was to review adult cases who presented with inguinal lymphadenopathy (LAP) and were diagnosed with glandular tularemia, which is a rare site of involvement in Turkey.
Key Words: Local anaesthesia, Spinal anaesthesia, Mesh inguinal hernioplasty, Pain
In the description of the original technique for the placement of bilayer patch device (Ethicon, Prolen Hernia System[R], PHS), which is a three-dimensional double layer device, the connector of the PHS has a role of a 'plug in', which is positioned in internal inguinal ring, very close to the spermatic cord and in contact with the genital branch of genitofemoral nerve, ilioinguinal nerve, and sympathetic nerves (testicular plexus)(1,2).
Inguinal canal development goes through complex events involving the gubernaculum and the process vaginalis.