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How Inguinal Hernia Repair Procedure is Performed
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Anesthesia is given to the hernia area.
Skin incision is made above the hernia area.
Muscles layer of the abdominal wall are dissected to access the hernia site.
Another incision is made to dissect the hernia defect in the inguinal canal which reveals the hernia and/or hernia sac, which is the peritoneum that lines the inside of the abdomen.
Hernia sac bag content is pushed into the abdomen carefully or dissects the content free from the hernia sac and returns them back into the abdomen.
Hernia sac and hernia defect in inguinal canal are closed with suture and mesh patch is placed which help to reinforce the hernia defect.
Defect or weakness in the muscle and tissues are repaired to reduce the risk of reoccurrence.
Muscle layer, other tissues and skin is closed with suture.
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