Circumcision generally means that the foreskin encases the entire penis and glans, and the glans cannot be exposed naturally; however, when washing, the foreskin can usually be flipped over and removed to reveal the glans. Circumcision is different from circumcision. The foreskin is too tight in front of the foreskin, so the foreskin cannot be […]

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Timing of Hernia Surgery

When is surgery necessary for hernia treatment? The Asia Pacific Hernia Society completed the development of the Inguinal hernia repair: Toward Asian guidelines in 2014 to improve medical quality. Indications, age, and gender All adult hernias, regardless of age or gender, should undergo hernia repair surgery. Adult hernias should be scheduled for surgery to minimize

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Microscopic inguinal hernia surgery with local anesthesia

The purpose of anesthesia during surgical procedures is to ensure that the patient does not experience pain or any awareness while the operation is being carried out. This allows for a successful completion of the surgery without any discomfort or symptoms after the procedure, and an immediate recovery to the preoperative state. Anesthesia carries certain

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Hernia Repair Surgery

Microscopic Hernia Repair Surgery Derived from traditional hernia repair surgery with improvements, this procedure uses microscopic surgical techniques. The patient lies flat and receives local anesthesia in the groin area, followed by subcutaneous tissue injections, “genitofemoral nerve branch blockade” and “ilioinguinal nerve blockade” procedures. During surgery, a small incision is made on the skin above

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