herniotomy


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herniotomy

[‚hər·nē′äd·ə·mē]
(medicine)
An operation for the relief of irreducible hernia, by cutting through the neck of the sac.
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Informed written consent was obtained from the parents for laparoscopic hernia repair after explaining the possible complications of the procedure and risk of conversion into open herniotomy. All the patients were evaluated with blood complete picture and hepatitis serology.
All children underwent herniotomy for their clinically manifested hernia, and only 44 children with Chin's type III CPPV underwent herniotomy on their contra-lateral side at the time of laparoscopy.
An elective right inguinal herniotomy was planned after informed consent.
(B) After herniotomy and freeing an intestinal loop, the hernia sac is excised and the margins of the coelomic muscles are freshened before coelomic closure.
Our patient was managed with an appendectomy via the hernia sac and a herniotomy was performed (as advocated for paediatric inguinal hernia repair).
Does tramadol wound infiltration offer an advantage over bupivacaine for postoperative analgesia in children following herniotomy? Paediatr Anaesth.
There are many different approaches to the surgical repair of hernias, including herniorrhaphy, hernioplasty, and herniotomy. Hernia repair is often performed as an ambulatory procedure.
Laparoscopic herniorrhaphy has several advantages over conventional open herniotomy; most of them related to the evaluation of possible contralateral patent processus vaginalis (PPV) and avoidance of trauma to the vas deferens and spermatic vessels.
[5-8] We designed a prospective double blind randomized trial to compare analgesic efficacy of caudally administered 0.2% Ropivacaine and 0.2% Ropivacaine-Tramadol (2 mg/kg) combination in children undergoing surgery such as Inguinal herniotomy, cystolithotomy orchiopexy, hypospadias repair and CTEV correction.
To compare thyroid function and autoimmunity, a group of 188 (median age 9.5, range 1.8 to 14.6 years, P = NS) normal age- and sex-matched subjects with no history of atopic ocular/systemic diseases and who have been admitted to the hospital for minor surgery (e.g., adenotonsillectomy, phimosis, dermoid cyst, and herniotomy) were selected from the same geographical area.
Moreover, capsaicin will be tested against persistent pain after inguinal herniotomy and against the impaired swallow response in stroke patients with oropharyngeal dysphagia.
The dissection was accomplished with some difficulty, as the patient also had a right inguinal herniotomy and orchidopexy.