Inguinal neuritis is common in primary inguinal hernia

@article{Wright2011InguinalNI,
  title={Inguinal neuritis is common in primary inguinal hernia},
  author={Robert Charles Wright and Evert A C M Sanders},
  journal={Hernia},
  year={2011},
  volume={15},
  pages={393-398}
}
Establishing the existence of inguinal neuritis, and defining patterns of nerve involvement in primary inguinal hernia repair. A retrospective chart review of 100 consecutive primary inguinal hernia repairs by Lichtenstein technique with frequent ilioinguinal nerve removal was performed. Nerves suspected of containing neuritis had been sent for histological examination. Objective clinical parameters and nerve pathology reports were reviewed. An independent biostatistician reviewed the data… CONTINUE READING

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