Is an ultrasound identified inguinal hernia with a finding of “no definite reducibility” a cause for concern, or simply an indication that it was not clear on the ultrasound if the hernia could be reduced?
This reply was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by John.
That is an excellent question by John concerning the importance of knowing the hernia location beforehand and one that I hope Dr Towfigh will cover in her talk. Some surgeons will say it doesn’t matter because the operation would be the same regardless, but I don’t think all surgeons agree. Perhaps the way the cremaster is handled would be different with some, depending on direct vs indirect?
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