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PEDIATRIC INGUINAL HERNIA IN BASRAH

Authors: Sadik H Kadhem --- Haithem H Ali --- Haider A Jassim
Journal: Basrah Journal of Surgery مجلة البصرة الجراحية ISSN: 16833589 / ONLINE 2409501X Year: 2015 Volume: 21 Issue: 2 Pages: 61-65
Publisher: Basrah University جامعة البصرة

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Abstract Inguinal hernia repair is one of the most frequently performed surgical procedure in pediatric patients. An inguinal hernia does not resolve spontaneously and must be repaired because of high risk of complications. The aim of this study is to determine epidemiologic index and complications of inguinal hernia in pediatric patients. This retrospective study was carried out in the Basrah Children Hospital. All patients who underwent surgeries for inguinal hernia from 2012 to 2014 were included in this study. Their hospital records were reviewed for age, sex, side of the hernia, presentation, wound infection, recurrence, and other complications. In this study, 877 children were included. 766 (87.3%) were boys and 111 (12.7%) were girls. Most common age of presentation is between 6 months to 6 years which compromise 54.6%. Right-side and left-side inguinal hernia was observed in 531 (60.5%) and 276 (31.5%) cases, respectively. Bilateral inguinal hernia was observed in 70 (8%) cases. One hundred forty eight (16.9%) children presented as emergencies with irreducible hernia. Emergency presentation was more in male gender and more in the first 6 months of life. Postoperative complication rate for elective was 3.2% and for emergency groups was 51.7%. In conclusion, most of the hernias involved male patients. Postoperative complications were observed in 51.7% of the emergency cases, so inguinal hernia in children should be operated as early as possible to avoid incarceration and to decrease post-operative complications.


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Denote the masses of the patch and cracking in the wall Tuasin
دلالة جموع التصحيح والتكسير في سور الطواسين

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Linguists have put many meters that indicate littleness and muchness for plurals structures, in view of the fact that the widespread of them is used by Arabs. This research tries to shed light upon the guidance of emendation and broken plurals concerning littleness and muchness assuming Al-Tawasseen Suras verses Such as (Ta'a Seen Meem Al-Shuara'a, Ta'a Seen Al-Namil and Ta'a Seen Meem Al-Qassas) as a subject for citation and manifestation of this guidance, and the role of the context in fixation these meanings.The usage of the plurals forms by Holly Qur'an is to express its intentions and accurate meanings. It is known that the Qur'an expression does not use its utterances arbitrarily; rather, it complies with its usage the accuracy of expressing meaning to convey them in miraculous style.

Linguists have put many meters that indicate littleness and muchness for plurals structures, in view of the fact that the widespread of them is used by Arabs. This research tries to shed light upon the guidance of emendation and broken plurals concerning littleness and muchness assuming Al-Tawasseen Suras verses Such as (Ta'a Seen Meem Al-Shuara'a, Ta'a Seen Al-Namil and Ta'a Seen Meem Al-Qassas) as a subject for citation and manifestation of this guidance, and the role of the context in fixation these meanings.The usage of the plurals forms by Holly Qur'an is to express its intentions and accurate meanings. It is known that the Qur'an expression does not use its utterances arbitrarily; rather, it complies with its usage the accuracy of expressing meaning to convey them in miraculous style.

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