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Inguinal hernia occurs in the womb

Inguinal hernia occurs in the womb


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Acıbadem Bakırköy Hospital Pediatric Surgery Specialist Assoc. Latif Abbasoğlu, 3-10 times more common in boys than girls in pubic hernia is shared with you curious about.
What is inguinal hernia?

Inguinal hernia usually presents as a swelling in the groin area that develops with crying and straining. The risk of hernia in children varies by 1-5 percent. It is 3-10 times more common in boys than in girls. It is reported that this rate reaches 30 percent in premature babies.

Why?

Ovaries in girls, boys in the abdominal cavity testes. In the 7-9th month of pregnancy, the abdominal membrane reaches to the groin area like a finger of a glove. The testicle that passes through this finger takes its place in the bag. Likewise the ovaries and tubes are replacing normal. This area, such as a glove finger, closes after a while, and when it does not close, a hernia occurs.

How is it diagnosed?

We often diagnose the disease with a family history. With increased intra-abdominal pressure, intestines and girls in the abdominal cavity with the introduction of ovaries and tubes hernia occurs. Twenty out of every 100 people have groin hernia. These people die with the opening and closure of the opening and the cause can not be determined. It can only be understood if the abdominal organs are herniated. “If the hernia was born, why did she appear at the age of five? A the parents ask. However, the inguinal hernia may appear later than it does not occur at all. Inguinal hernia can be 60 percent on the right, 30 percent on the left and 10 percent on both sides. The diagnosis of hernia occurs when the child cries or pushes during the examination, that is, one of the intra-abdominal organs progresses into the groin canal with the increase in intra-abdominal pressure. Because in this case, a swelling occurs in the groin. When the child is silent, that is, this swelling disappears spontaneously or is pushed into the abdomen by hand. It is called “hernia drowning ası when this swelling does not disappear spontaneously or cannot be pushed into place by the intervention of a specialist physician. Here, the intestines are caught in the hernia sac and this situation requires urgent intervention.
How is it treated?

When the diagnosis of inguinal hernia is diagnosed, it is treated surgically. Although the diagnosis is not urgent, surgery is planned as soon as possible. As is common among the public, it is not right to expect the child to reach one or two years of age or school age. He needs treatment without waiting. Inguinal hernia surgery can be performed on an outpatient basis without hospital admission. It is performed with general anesthesia. The patient is sent home on the same day because it is called a day surgery. In the treatment, the congenital open canal and then the herniated membranes are closed.
Will the disease relapse after surgery?

The risk of recurrence of inguinal hernia despite surgery is low. If surgery is delayed, gangrene and life-threatening conditions may occur due to circulatory disorders in the intestines. Therefore, the patient should be operated without waiting after the diagnosis.



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