Case Report on Right Indirect Inguinal Hernia
Author(s): Ruchita Gohane*, Sheetal Sakharkar and Ruchira Ankar
Introduction: Indirect inguinal hernia is a type of inguinal hernia. An indirect inguinal hernia is a bulging of the abdominal organ or tissue. Indirect inguinal hernia is mainly found in males than women. Some surgery like herniorrhaphy and hernioplasty are used to repair hernia.
Main symptoms and clinical essential finding: The patient is 70 years old male admitted to Acharya Vinobha Bhave rural hospital on 15/11/2021 with a chief complaint of abdominal pain and swelling on the right side inguinal region. After investigation, an x-ray CT scan and CBC are done. The patient was diagnosed with a right indirect inguinal hernia.
The main diagnosed/Therapeutic intervention/Outcome: The patient is 70 years old male admitted to Acharya Vinobha Bhave rural hospital on dated 15/11/2021, and the physician found the diagnosis as right indirect inguinal hernia. Physicians manage the patient's disease condition by advising hernioplasty, some nutritional supplements, antibiotics, and analgesic to relieve pain after getting appropriate treatment patient’s condition improved.