How much time the surgical process required?
It is a surgical process in which the surgeons are required around 1 to 2 hours to done process successfully. Through this process you have the best process with high end technology. There is some information which is related to this procedure, so that the patient can draw the information to secure about the treatment.
Which anesthesia will be injected?
The surgeon can offer the best service with the clinically approved information. During the surgery process the surgeons are provided information which is related to your problem so that the surgeon can get the best result from their problem. This procedure can be undergone general anesthesia so that the patient can asleep through out surgical process without any pain. The bilateral indirect inguinal hernia with predominantly large side were observed and scrotum was been enlarged by huge left sac having long loop of the sigmoid colon (eight inches long). The hernial sac put great pressure on testes, the spermatic cords & pushed them inferiorly to hernial sac till they were stretchedly thin & atrophied. Penis was been pushed to right & retracted to be small (one inch long). Right hernial sac was totally incomplete indirect hernia having mesentery. The is medical record revealed history of left hernial repair eight years before death however didn’t report recurrent time or else any clinical sign of the phallo-orchido-atrophy.
Case of 77 year old male cadaver with huge recurrent inguinal hernia was been studied. Left hernial sac was much larger than right one & extended down fill up & enlarge scrotum. Content was long loop of the sigmoid colon (eight inches long). Huge hernial content that put great pressure on both the testes. indirect inguinal hernia, most common form, is been believed to get congenital in occurrence. The sac is remain of processus vaginalis that enters inguinal canal by deep inguinal ring lateral to inferior epigastric vessels. The prevalence is much higher in males than females. Recurrence rate that is following operations is been quoted from 1-7% at an end of 2 years. Clinical cases are sporadically there in hospital however cadaveric case hasn’t been evident in University Medical School Department, especially recurrent one with the phallo-orchido-atrophy in old male of around 77 years we reported hereinafter
We got legally donated body from provincial center hospital and who died at an age of around 77 years that was eight years after hernial operation, herniorrhaphy at June 3, 1999. And he was diagnosed with mitral stenosis two years before death.