Ahmed Khairi

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BACKGROUND/PURPOSE During laparoscopy for impalpable testes (IT), if the vas and vessels are found exiting the deep ring, many surgeons proceed to inguinal exploration as a routine, regardless of the adequacy of the vessels or the presence or absence of the processus vaginalis (PV). We tried to find out whether this was necessary in cases with hypoplastic(More)
BACKGROUND During laparoscopic orchidopexy, some authors routinely close the peritoneum over the area of the deep inguinal ring (DIR). We report our experience, to determine whether leaving the peritoneum over the DIR without closure is associated with an increase in the occurrence of postoperative inguinal hernia. PATIENTS & METHODS This is a(More)
Laparoscopic orchidopexy has become the routine tool in managing abdominal testes. Many techniques have been used to deliver the dissected testis to the scrotal position; a trans-scrotal port is one of them. We present a technique in which the trans-scrotal port is inserted early on, and used not only for testis delivery but also to aid the testicular(More)
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