All cases were successfully completed without need of conversion into open Herniotomy
. There was no case of any complication associated with trocar access or injury to vas deferens and gonadal vessels peroperatively.In follow up, n=2 (4%) had recurrence of ipsilateral operated hernia and there was no case of matachronous contralateral inguinal hernia in patients operated on one side.
was done for all patients in the clinically diagnosed and apparent side, while only 44 patients with Chin's type III CPPV underwent herniotomy
for their contra-lateral side.
with the Mitchell-Banks' technique is safe in older children.
Management is surgical and in children includes herniotomy
with or without appendectomy depending on the intraoperative findings.
Efficacy of three doses of tramadol with bupivacaine for caudal analgesia in pediatric inguinal herniotomy
: Brit J Anaesth 2006; 97 (3): 385-88.
The patient was operated, and a reduction in the hernial sac containing a VP shunt was done by means of a herniotomy
. The patient is currently asymptomatic and doing well at follow-up.
Can preoperative electrical nociceptive stimulation predict acute pain after groin herniotomy
? Eur J Pain 2009; 13:1018-1022.
Total colectomy with ileorectal anastomosis in 5 patients was combined with cholecystectomy, gastric resection and herniotomy
. Sigmoid colectomy with colorectal anastomosis in 4 patients was combined with appendectomy, ovarian cystectomy and removal of the fibroids.
Children's and Parents' Background Information (%) Demographic Characteristics n % Child's Age (n = 50) 12 to 23 months 31 62 24 to 35 months 19 38 Child's Gender (n = 47) Girl 12 25 Boy 35 75 Parent's Basic Education (n = 50) Elementary school -- -- Comprehensive school 25 50 Senior high school 25 50 Vocational Education (n = 47) Vocational school 9 19 Vocational college 13 28 Polytechnic 14 30 University 10 21 Other 1 2 Type of Surgery (n = 50) Eye surgery 5 10 Ear-nose-throat 27 66 Herniotomy
4 8 Other 14 16 Note: Some parents failed to answer this question.
) have specific problems related to the care of the child.
The referents were patients of our hospital who had been admitted for treatment of minor health problems, such as cataract surgery, vertebragenic pain, or nonvascular surgery (e.g., herniotomy
or varicose vein removal), and were recruited without knowledge of their laboratory data.
In case of indirect hernia, herniotomy