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  • Inguinocrural dermolipectomy A retrospective study. [Journal Article]
    Ann Ital Chir. 2019; 90:350-356.Vindigni V, Marchica P, … Bassetto F
  • CONCLUSIONS: In our opinion, even more than a single parameter predicts patients' post-operative complications. Acting on the significant findings of our investigation, surgeons could minimize post-operative risks as well as surgical minor complications.Therefore we advise to evaluate these factors before the intervention in order to select the patients more accurately and define the ideal candidate patient for inguinocrural dermolipectomy, so as obtain a reduction in postoperative complications.
  • Guidelines of the Brazilian Hernia Society (BHS) for the management of inguinocrural hernias in adults. [Review]
    Rev Col Bras Cir. 2019; 46(4):e20192226.Claus CMP, Oliveira FMM, … Cavazzola LT
  • Inguinal hernias are a frequent problem and their repair is the most commonly performed procedure by general surgeons. In the last years, new principles, products and techniques have changed the routine of surgeons, who need to recycle knowledge and perfect new skills. In addition, old concepts regarding surgical indication and risk of complications have been reevaluated. In order to create a gui…
  • Penile melanoma: a 20-Year analysis of six patients at the National Cancer Institute of Peru, Lima. [Case Reports]
    Ecancermedicalscience. 2017; 11:731.Jabiles AG, Del Mar EY, … Deza CMM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Penile melanoma prognosis depends on the initial clinical stage of the disease. The risk of lymphatic involvement seems to be related to the same risk factors used to assess cutaneous melanoma. Clinicians can thus assess penile melanoma using the AJCC staging system. The use of sentinel lymph node biopsy to determine staging is also becoming more common and could replace prophylactic bilateral inguinal dissection.
  • Case 219: Pelvic Actinomycosis Mimicking Malignant Tumor. [Case Reports]
    Radiology. 2015 Jul; 276(1):304-8.Morland D, Hassler S
  • A 53-year-old woman presented with a 3-month history of left inguinocrural and lumbar pain and anorexia with weight loss. No fever was reported. The patient had no prior pelvic surgery. Physical examination revealed a palpable nontender mass in the left groin area. There was no bloody or purulent discharge. Laboratory findings revealed inflammation with an increased C-reactive protein level (127 …
  • Pemphigus vegetans of the folds (intertriginous areas). [Review]
    Clin Dermatol. 2015 Jul-Aug; 33(4):471-6.Ruocco V, Ruocco E, … Lo Schiavo A
  • Pemphigus vegetans (P Veg), the rarest form of pemphigus, is thought to be a variant of pemphigus vulgaris (PV). Classically, two subtypes of P Veg are recognized: (1) Neumann P Veg, which usually begins as PV with vesicles and bullae that rupture to form hypertrophic granulating erosions, then evolving into vegetating exuding masses; (2) Hallopeau P Veg, initially characterized by pustular lesio…
  • Development of functionally patent lymphatic meshes in postsurgical long-term resolution of peripheral secondary lymphedema. [Journal Article]
    J Vasc Surg Venous Lymphat Disord. 2013 Jul; 1(3):280-8.Mukenge S, Negrini D, … Ferla G
  • CONCLUSIONS: Long-term postsurgical recovery from severe secondary lymphedema requires canalizing the lymphatic collectors along their original flow pattern and developing perianastomotic meshes. Because this phenomenon can be observed with the same characteristics in different tissues, such as the spermatic cord and the inguinocrural, inguinoscrotal, inguinotesticular, and brachial regions, the development of meshes seems to reflect a generalized phenomenon of local lymphangiogenesis triggered by the microsurgical procedure.
  • Vulvoperineal Crohn's disease: response to metronidazole. [Case Reports]
    Skinmed. 2010 Jul-Aug; 8(4):240-1.Khaled A, Ezzine-Sebai N, … Kamoun MR
  • A 46-year-old woman with a medical history of chronic juvenile arthritis with bilateral prosthetic hips presented with vulvoperineal ulcerations of 3 years' duration. There was no diarrhea or recent weight loss. Cutaneous examination showed asymmetrical vulvar edema of the labia minora and labia majora with deep and linear ulcerations having verrucous borders located on the inguinocrural regions …
  • Diagnosis of inguinal bladder hernias: the current role of sonography. [Case Reports]
    JBR-BTR. 2005 Sep-Oct; 88(5):233-6.Verbeeck N, Larrousse C, Lamy S
  • We present a case of inguinal bladder hernia detected initially with sonography in an adult patient. Compared with digestive or omental hernias, inguinocrural bladder herniations are a rarer occurrence (1 to 4% of all cases). Their detection is nevertheless highly imperative in order to avoid inadvertent injury to the bladder during routine hemiorrhaphy. Since the advent of high frequency equipme…
  • [Inguinal endometriosis]. [Journal Article]
    Chir Ital. 2005 Mar-Apr; 57(2):211-4.Fimmanò A, Coppola Bottazzi E, … Di Carlo R
  • This study was conducted from September 2000 to September 2004 on 8 cases of inguinal canal endometriosis. All the patients presented an inguinocrural tumefaction of variable size. In 3 cases (symptomatic endometriosis), the patient's medical history yielded a preoperative diagnosis. In the other 5 cases (asymptomatic endometriosis) we obtained an incidental intraoperative diagnosis. In 2 of thes…
  • [Treatment of inguinal hernia with the Prolene Hernia System (P.H.S.)]. [Journal Article]
    Chir Ital. 2004 Jan-Feb; 56(1):127-34.Licheri S, Erdas E, … Daniele GM
  • Among the several techniques available for the treatment of inguinal hernia, the Prolene Hernia System (P.H.S.) has gained widespread acceptance over the past few years. This is an original prosthetic device that combines, in a single step, what other techniques offer separately, namely an underlay patch (preperitoneal placement), an onlay patch (subfascial placement) and a connector that joins t…
  • [Multiple Fordyce-type angiokeratomas of the scrotum. An iatrogenic case]. [Case Reports]
    Pathologica. 1998 Feb; 90(1):46-50.Bisceglia M, Carosi I, … Murgo R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although they are well on record cases of angiokeratomas of the scrotum arising after surgical injuries to the outer vein pudenda (mainly following inguinocrural hernioplasty), based on a computerized search of the literature on theme this case represents the first iatrogenic example of such an occurrence. The pathogenetic mechanism leading to the the rise of angiokeratomas mediated by the increase of the blood pressure in the superficial scrotal veins is discussed. This example represents an additional case report of inevitable and sometimes unsuspected iatrogenic pathology in medicine.
  • [Spinal anesthesia in the surgery of inguinocrural hernias]. [Journal Article]
    G Chir. 1991 Apr; 12(4):270-3.Polisca R, Signoretti P, … Baldelli M
  • The experience in the surgical treatment of inguinal and crural hernias with epidural and subarachnoidal anaesthesia over a period of fifteen years (1976-1989) is reported. Results obtained in 1,283 cases confirm the validity of the technique and the clinical course suggests that it could well be applied to cardiopathic, hypertensive, obese, bronchopneumopathic patients as well as to dysmetabolic…
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