An inguinal hernia is a weakness in the wall from the abdominal cavity that's large enough to permit escape of soft body tissue or internal organ, especially part of the intestine.
It usually looks like a lump as well as for some peoples can cause discomfort and pain, limit daily activities and the capability to work. If the bowel strangulates or becomes obstructed it can be life-threatening. A hernia is repaired generally utilizing a synthetic mesh either with open surgery or increasingly using less invasive laparoscopic procedures.
The most typical laparoscopic approaches for inguinal hernia repair are transabdominal preperitoneal (TAPP) repair and totally extraperitoneal (TEP) repair. In TAPP the surgeon adopts the peritoneal cavity and places a mesh through a peritoneal incision over possible hernia sites.
TEP differs for the reason that the peritoneal cavity isn't entered and mesh is used to seal the hernia from outside the peritoneum (the thin membrane since the organs within the abdomen). This method is considered to become more difficult than TAPP but may have fewer complications. Laparoscopic repair is technically harder than open repair.
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