Open Inguinoscrotal Hernia Repair
This course provides you the practical knowledge for an individual surgical procedure.
- a clear understanding of the steps to be taken to execute the procedure;
- seen an example of how the procedure is executed;
- a clear understanding of all anatomical structures encountered during the procedure;
- seen an example of how the anatomical structures look within the setting of the procedure.
Step by step
External oblique aponeurosis exposure
Incise approximately 5 to 8 cm in the line between anterior superior iliac spine and the pubic tubercle. For adequate exposure the incision should be placed directly over the pubic tubercle.
Superficial epigastric vessels damage
During the skin incision caution should be taken for the superficial epigastric vessels. Insufficient ligation of the superficial epigastric veins can result in postoperative hemorrhage and it is recommended to ligate this vein.
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