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We present a case of a giant inguinoscrotal hernia reaching up to the patient's knees. It was only partially reducible but was not associated with any other complications. It was treated by an inguinal incision and the reduction of contents aided by a small midline infra-umbilical incision. The hernial sac contained loops of small bowel along with its(More)
Prophylactic double J (DJ) stent insertion has been adopted as a routine procedure in renal transplant patients for internal urinary diversion and for protecting ureteroneocystostomy anastomosis. The timely and early removal of stent has been proved to reduce the occurrence of stent-associated complications such as migration, encrustation, and infection.(More)
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