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VOLUME 6, ISSUE 4
October - December 2017
 
Abstract

Inguinal Bladder Hernia

Vishal Sardesai1, Shirish Bhatkhande2, Santosh Sahu3

1,2,3General surgery department, Holy spirit hospital, Andheri East , Mumbai 400093

ABSTRACT

BACKGROUND: Bladder involvement occurs in 1%–4% of cases of inguinal hernias. Among obese menaged 50 to 70, the incidence may reach 10%. The diagnosis of bladder involvement is often difficult to delineate at the time of presentation and may only become apparent at the time of herniorrhaphy. Surgical management pertaining to the approach, repair and potential need for bladder resection may challenge the surgeon. Our goal is to highlight the clinical presentation and the decisive issues surrounding the diagnosis and management of this condition.

Keywords: Inguinal Baldder Hernia, Cystocele , Herniorraphy, Diagnosis


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