Dr. med. Dirk Manski



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Inguinal Incision

Urologic Indications

In urology, an inguinal incision is done to treat testicular cancer, inguinal hernia, surgery for cryptorchidism, and varicoceles.

Preoperative Patient Preparation

Surgical Technique of an Inguinal Incision


fig. inguinal incision: surgical approach to the inguinal canal   

Inguinal incision: skin incision 1 cm above and parallel to the inguinal ligament, from the inner to the outer inguinal ring.







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