ilioinguinal

ilioinguinal

 [il″e-o-ing´gwĭ-nal]
pertaining to the iliac and inguinal regions.

il·i·o·in·gui·nal

(il'ē-ō-ing'gwi-năl),
Relating to the iliac region and groin.

ilioinguinal

[il′ē·ō·ing′gwinəl]
Etymology: L, ilium + inguen, groin
pertaining to the hip and inguinal regions.

il·i·o·in·gui·nal

(il'ē-ō-ing'gwi-năl)
Relating to the iliac region and the groin.

ilioinguinal

Pertaining to the iliac region and the groin.

ilioinguinal

pertaining to the iliac and inguinal regions.
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The ilioinguinal, iliohypogastric, and genitofemoral nerves are in close proximity to Pfannenstiel and laparoscopic port site incisions.
The pudendal, ilioinguinal and femorocutaneous nerves are the most commonly involved pelvic nerves with mesh pain.
Fifteen days later, the patient underwent left Ganz periacetabular osteotomy under general endotracheal anesthesia and duramorph spinal block using an ilioinguinal approach.
Objective: To provide a comparative analysis of mean post-operative pain score after preservation and elective excision of ilioinguinal nerve (IIN) using standard Lichtenstein hernia repair (LHR) technique.
The ilioinguinal and the iliohypogastric nerves are generally injured during the elevation of the external oblique fascial flaps for fixation of mesh, while the genitofemoral nerve is most likely to be injured during the isolation of the cord and stripping of the cremasteric muscle fibres in Lichtenstein repair.
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).
The bolus anesthetic injection into this neurovascular fascial plane provides the anesthesiologist to block the dermatomal afferents of T7-11 intercostal nerves, T12 subcostal nerve, ilioinguinal and iliohypogastric nerves, and cutaneous branches of L1-3 nerves [8,9].
This plane carries the afferent nociceptor nerves for T7-L1, including the ilioinguinal and iliohypogastric nerves.
Potential causes have included anaesthetic techniques such as intradural anaesthesia, (2) epidural technique, lumbar plexus blocks, (3) or ilioinguinal nerve blocks.
Late complications are ilioinguinal neuralgia, discomfort, or pain and complications of implants (mainly displacement to a higher position, extrusion, or rupture) [10].