Official publication of Societatea Română de Oncologie Musculo-Scheletală and Societatea Română de Artroplastie
Anatomopathologic Analysis of Synchronically Operated Bilateral Inguinal Hernias
The aim of the study was statistic evaluation of anatomopathologic changes of synchoperated groin hernias.
Material and methods. In 1994-2005, 2099 patients were operated due to inguinal hernias. 1343 times the operation was conducted unilaterally, 756 (36.2%) bilaterally (1512 hernias). Patients were divided into three age groups: A ≤ 45 years of age, B - 46-64 years of age and C ≥ 65 years of age.
Results. Among those operated bilaterally and synchronically the most frequent were lateral hernias, constituting from 57.2% to 69.8%, medial from 21.41% to 28.4%, combined from 8.81% to 14.52% of all operated hernias in all age groups. Hernias size I (<1.5 cm) constituted among bilateral hernias 29.66% of cases in age group A and 15% in age group C. For unilateral hernias the numbers were respectively 32.95% and 8.32%. Hernias size III (>3 cm) made up for bilateral hernias 26.14% of cases in age A, for unilateral hernias that was 18.9%. In age group C the figures were respectively 47.05% and 47.54%. Hernias size II in all age groups constituted from 37.95% to 48.15% of all cases. Recurrent hernias constituted 8.46% of operated bilateral hernias (128 cases). Among unilateral hernias, 124 recurrent cases were operated (9.23%). Femoral hernias coexisted among 25 men (1.75%) and 10 women (11.9%) operated bilaterally and among 41 patients operated unilaterally (3.05%).
Conclusions. In case of bilateral hernias there was no correlation found between coexistence of femoral hernia and age of patients; among men they were mainly left, and in case of women - right side cases. Among unilaterally operated patients the coexistence of femoral hernia was observed more frequently in the elderly group, among women mostly on the right side.
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