herniorrhaphy

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herniorrhaphy

(ˌhɜːnɪˈɒrəfɪ)
n, pl -phies
(Surgery) surgical repair of a hernia by means of a suturing operation
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herniorrhaphy

Surgery to repair a hernia.
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Translations

her·ni·or·rha·phy

n. herniorrafía, reconstrucción o reparación quirúrgica de una hernia.
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herniorrhaphy

n (pl -phies) herniorrafia
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Dysejaculation an unusual complication of inguinal herniorraphy. Post Grad Gen Surg 1992; 4: 139-141.
Left hernial treatment by herniorraphy was performed 6 months later under Bassini procedure, after complete healing of the wound and without any inflammatory phenomenon; the patient gave an outright refusal to a new prosthetic treatment.
Based on history and clinical observations, it was diagnosed as intercostal hernia and decided to perform herniorraphy.
Indicator variables (1 if yes, 0 if no) were created for each category of "Targeted" elective general surgical procedures in NSQIP (ACS 2013a), namely pancreatectomy, colectomy, proctectomy, ventral herniorraphy, bariatric surgery, hepatectomy, thyroidectomy, and esophagectomy.
While prolonged testicular ischemia due to torsion can lead to global testicular infarction, segmental infarction may result from embolic sources and focal vascular injury (such as during inguinal herniorraphy).
[14.] Greenstein SM, Murphy TF, Rush Jr BF and Alexander H (1986) Evaluation of polylactic acid-carbon mesh for repair of ventral herniorraphy. Am J Surg 151, 635-639.
KEY WORDS: Inguinal hernia; Herniorraphy; Surgical mesh; Wound infection.INTRODUCTION
Recommendations published on the PROSPECT website include pain management following abdominal hysterectomy, colon resection, hemorrhoid surgery, herniorraphy, laparoscopic cholecystectomy, noncosmetic breast surgery, thoracotomy, total hip arthroplasty, and total knee arthroplasty.
Our findings suggest that future research should focus further on why persistent pain after caesarean delivery is so infrequent compared with that after other surgeries such as herniorraphy, thoracotomy and amputation.
Laparoscopic inguinal herniorraphy was first described by Ger, Schultz, Corbitt and Fillipi in the early 1990s5-8.