Journal of General Practice

ISSN: 2329-9126

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Siya Kong


  • Case Report
    Scrotum Hernia with Large Volume of Ascites
    Author(s): Zhong Jia, Yu Zhou, Siya Kong and Jie NiZhong Jia, Yu Zhou, Siya Kong and Jie Ni

    Ascitic hernia is still a thorny task but sometimes it may severely influence patients to live a simple but quality or functional life. Herein, we discuss regarding a 37-year-old man with a basketball like indirect inguinal ascitic hernia who was bedridden due to large volume of cirrhotic ascites. All conservative therapies seemed to be only little efficient, only surgery could save him. Based on our past decade's successful experience, where we used to apply an improved technique (Hernia-Roof/Hernia-Sac-Top (HST) approach) to solve scrotum ascitic hernia, aiming to strengthen resistant degree of groin area with little damage to its natural structure. Our technique has been confirmed a practical method in China, and reported in many Chinese version of journals. The technique has three advantages below: 1) Ascites was preoperatively managed to ensure the incision wound. .. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2329-9126.1000303

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