Zatir Soufiane, Koudjeti Rachid. militery university hospital of oran
INTRODUCTION: The army needs a young and active population, to the accentuation of the inguinal hernia pathology in the military we have adopted the treatment of inguinal hernias laparoscopic view the postoperative advantages of this surgical approach .
PATIENTS AND METHODS: We operated 100 patients for inguinal hernias on the age a period of 02 years, the age of our patients varies between 20 and 45 years, all of our patients are professional soldiers, 48% straight hernia, inguinal hernia 35% left, 13% inguinal hernias bilateral, 4% recurrent hernias.
RESULTS: Our results was spectacular especially on the plan early resumption of activities in post-surgery all patients resumed their activities after 15 days of convalescence, our exit from hospital patients out one day postoperative .the post operative complications was 3 patients had a scrotal edema, a patient had a postoperative Serom no recurrence during the two years post opeatoires, 3 patients had chronic post operative pain for a period of 15 days and 32 days-limiting.
CONCLUSION: Lapport of laparoscopy in the treatment of groin hernias can be an alternative to traitementd of inguinal hernias in young Militiare view the many benefits of this surgical approach .
Presented at the SAGES 2017 Annual Meeting in Houston, TX.
Abstract ID: 78722
Program Number: P057
Presentation Session: Poster (Non CME)
Presentation Type: Poster