– Surgeon Charles Flour – laparoscopic Surgery.
– The causes of inguinal hernia.
Under normal conditions in the adult, the abdominal viscera do not protrude through these ports, but a series of phenomena can cause this event, i.e.:
• physical exertion ( cough, and efforts to evacuate)
• rapid weight loss
• muscle weakness
Before talking about
and the corresponding surgical technique of Dr. Carlo Flour conosciamone the causes.
Often the cause of the onset of an inguinal hernia is represented by the effort to evacuate, in fact it looks more in people suffering from constipation or constipation.
What are the symptoms of inguinal hernia?
The symptoms reported by the subject and generally consist in a swelling of the groin area that can go from a small cord, to the huge hernias that occupy also the whole of the scrotum.
Such swelling generally disappears on lying down and reappears on standing.
This is accompanied by a sense of weight, burning sensation in the inguinal or testicular, disorders digestive and, sometimes, alterations in bowel habits.
Often the subject who is the bearer for the fear of the intervention is neglected, thus being able to encounter complications, including choking hernia sac that is the strangulation of the bowels and enlarged resulting in the development of a dramatic picture of “acute abdomen” (characterized by symptoms, rapidly progressive with intestinal blockage with the impossibility of the emission of stool and gas, acute pain, and the abdomen tense and intractable), able to seriously threaten the patient’s life if not promptly treated with urgent surgery.
Hernia Rome – surgical techniques of Dr. Carlo Farina:
The only treatment of inguinal hernia is surgical.
The surgery is called HERNIOPLASTY.
What is the femoral Hernia and what are the symptoms?
The name of femoral Hernia also called crural fascia is derived from its location: the ring, the femoral or crural.
This is a space located below the crease in the groin, then it is in a lower position with respect to the Inguinal hernia. The space where you insert the hernia is very small and doesn’t expand easily.
This is the reason why the hernia crural is choking us more frequently of the inguinal hernias. Also in this confined space they must pass the artery, vein and femoral nerve. For this reason, patients with crural hernia often have pain that extends to the thigh and the leg. It is therefore important that in the suspicion of a crural hernia, we talk readily to a surgeon who, after having confirmed the diagnosis, arrange the surgery. The diagnosis is sometimes rendered difficult by the presence of fat and also the Ultrasound, often results in doubt. It is not uncommon for hernias visceral, choked to be confused with the inguinal nodes. In cases of doubt, however, operate.
The type of treatment is similar to that for inguinal hernia (see), can be treated with HERNIOPLASTY WITH mesh FOR CRURAL HERNIA with technical open or HERNIOPLASTY LAPAROSCOPIC WITH the NETWORK.