Bassini herniorrhaphy

Bassini herniorrhaphy

(bă-sē'nē),
a herniorrhaphy for an indirect inguinal hernia repair; after reduction of the hernia, the sac is twisted, ligated, and cut off, then a new inguinal floor is made by uniting the edge of the internal oblique muscle to the inguinal ligament, placing the cord on this, and covering it with the external oblique muscle.
Synonym(s): Bassini operation
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Bas·si·ni her·ni·or·rha·phy

(bă-sē'nē hĕr'nē-ōr'ă-fē)
An operation for indirect inguinal hernia repair; after reduction of the hernia, the sac is twisted, ligated, and cut off, then a new inguinal floor is made by uniting the edge of the internal oblique muscle to the inguinal ligament, placing on this the cord, and covering the latter by the external oblique muscle.
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Bassini,

Edoardo, Italian surgeon, 1844-1924.
Bassini herniorrhaphy
Bassini operation - an operation for an inguinal hernia repair.
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Bhat [17] stated that 40% of the modified Bassini herniorrhaphy patients had mild pain, whereas this rate was 28% in the Lichtenstein group.