herniotomy


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her·ni·ot·o·my

(her-nē-ot'ŏ-mē),
Surgical division of the constriction or strangulation of a hernia, often followed by herniorrhaphy.
[hernio- + G. tomē, a cutting]

herniotomy

/her·ni·ot·o·my/ (her″ne-ot´ah-me) a cutting operation for the repair of hernia.

herniotomy

(hûr′nē-ŏt′ə-mē)
n.
The surgical correction of a hernia by cutting through a band of tissue that constricts it.

herniotomy

[hur′nē·ot′əmē]
Etymology: L, hernia + Gk, temnein, to cut
a surgical procedure to reduce a hernia.

her·ni·ot·o·my

(hĕr-nē-ot'ŏ-mē)
Surgical division of the constriction or strangulation of a hernia, often followed by herniorrhaphy.
[hernio- + G. tomē, a cutting]
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Mortality rates were as follows: trephining, 15%; splenectomy, 100%; herniotomy, 26%; hysterectomy, 92%; and transfusion, 75%.
3) Male gender, n (%) 12 (80) Weight, kg, median (IQR) 21 (14-27) Surgery types, n (%) Umbilical hernia repair 2 (13) Inguinal herniotomy for hernia repair 13 (87) (10), scrotal exploration (1), hydrocoele repair (1), orchidopexy (1) Laparotomy -- Laparoscopy -- Premedication, n (%) None 3 (20) Paracetamol 7 (47) Paracetamol and other 1 (7) + ibuprofen Oral midazolam with paracetamol 4 (27) Intraoperative analgesia, n (%) None 8 (53) Fentanyl--mean dose 0.