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Ultrasound imaging for inguinal hernia: a pictorial review

Wu WT, Chang KV, Lin CP, Yeh CC, Özçakar L

Inguinal hernia is the most prevalent type of abdominal wall hernia. Indirect inguinal hernia is twice as common as direct inguinal hernia. Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging can be...
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Abdominal-based adipocutaneous advancement flap for reconstructing inguinal defects with contraindications to standard reconstructive approaches: a simple and safe salvage reconstructive option

Schaffer C, Haselbach D, Schiraldi L, Sörelius K, Kalbermatten DF, Raffoul W, Summa PGd

Background Groin wounds occurring after vascular surgical site infection, oncologic resection, or occasionally orthopedic surgery and trauma may represent a surgical challenge. Reconstruction of these defects by the usual workhorse...
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Arthroscopic Iliopsoas Tenotomy of Iliopsoas Impingement after Total Hip Arthroplasty

Huh SH, Choi BY, Han SR, Chung WC

Purpose: The clinical outcomes were investigated to determine if arthroscopic management is a useful method for 19 hips with iliopsoas tendon impingement (IPI) after total hip arthroplasty (THA). Materials and Methods:...
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Utility of Groin Flap in Penile Reconstruction

Choi JA, Kwak JH, Lim KR, Yoon CM

Background: Reconstruction surgery for skin and soft tissue defects of the penis would ideally secure sufficient volume, be safe in procedure, and involve a simple surgical technique. Among the wide...
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Endovascular Stenting for a Crush Injury of the Common Femoral Artery Followed by Open Repair of Unveiled External Iliac Vein Injury after a Horse Fall

Mun JH, Kwon SK, Kim DH, Chu WG, Park JH, Lee SS

Accurate diagnosis and management of a femoral vascular injury is important as it is a life-threatening injury with high morbidity and mortality. This is the case of a 75-year-old man...
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Extended medial sural artery perforator free flap for groin and scrotal reconstruction

Teven CM, Yu JW, Zhao LC, Levine JP

The medial sural artery perforator (MSAP) flap is a versatile fasciocutaneous flap that has been used successfully in the reconstruction of defects across the body. In specific cases, it may...
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Groin abnormalities: ultrasonographic and clinical findings

Yang DM, Kim HC, Kim SW, Won KY

Groin lesions can be classified as neoplastic or non-neoplastic. Neoplastic lesions include lipoma, epidermoid cyst, angiomyofibroblastoma-like tumor, liposarcoma, and synovial sarcoma, as well as metastases from lymphoma, neuroendocrine carcinoma, and...
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Unilateral versus Bilateral Groin Puncture for Atrial Fibrillation Ablation: Multi-Center Prospective Randomized Study

Yu HT, Shin DG, Shim J, Nam GB, Yoo WW, Lee JH, Kim TH, Uhm JS, Joung B, Lee MH, Kim YH, Pak HN

PURPOSE: Catheter ablation for atrial fibrillation (AF) requires heavy anticoagulation and uncomfortable post-procedural hemostasis. We compared patient satisfaction with and the safety of unilateral groin (UG) puncture-single trans-septal (ST) ablation...
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Contouring of zygomatic soft tissue using bilateral free groin flaps in a Treacher Collins syndrome patient

Heo JW, Jin US

Treacher Collins syndrome is a congenital disorder that is characterized with a wide range of cranio-facial deformities. Zygomatic hypoplasia or aplasia is one of the key features, and surgical reconstruction...
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Groin lymph node detection and sentinel lymph node biopsy in vulvar cancer

Sakae C, Yamaguchi , Matsumura , Nakai H, Yoshioka Y, Kondoh E, Hamanishi , Abiko K, Koshiyama , Baba T, Kido A, Mandai M, Konishi I

OBJECTIVE: To identify suitable diagnostic tools and evaluate the efficacy of sentinel lymph node (SLN) biopsy for inguinal lymph node metastasis in vulvar cancer. METHODS: Data from 41 patients with vulvar...
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Continuous Ilioinguinal-iliohypogastric Nerve Block for Groin Pain in a Breast-feeding Patient after Cesarean Delivery

Kim ES, Kim HK, Baik JS, Ji YT

Ilioinguinal and iliohypogastric (II/IH) nerve injury is one of the most common nerve injuries following pelvic surgery, especially with the Pfannenstiel incision. We present a case of intractable groin pain,...
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Reconstruction of Penile and Long Urethral Defect Using a Groin Flap

Hwang SM, Lim O, Kim HD, Shin DG

Urethral reconstruction is a problematic issue, thus its management can be challenging. Different methods using various materials were introduced for urethral reconstruction. The authors have made some changes in the...
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Infected Groin (Graft/Patch): Managed with Sartorious Muscle Flap

Ryu DY, Jung HJ, Ramaiah VG, Rodriguez-Lopez JA, Lee SS

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to review the natural history, clinical outcome and safety in patients undergoing sartorius muscle flap (SMF) for groin infection, including lymphocele. MATERIALS AND METHODS:...
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Comparison of Coskun and Lichteinstein hernia repair methods for groin hernia

Dinc T, Cete HM, Saylam B, Ozer MV, Duzgun AP, Coskun F

PURPOSE: Coskun hernia repair technique has been reported to be an effective new fascia transversalis repair with its short-term follow-up results. Our aim is to determine the results of Coskun...
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Groin and buttock claudication associated with vascular origin due to chronic occlusion of internal iliac artery: A case report

Chung HM, Kang SS, Shin KM, Lee SH, Kim SE, Yoo HS

Neurogenic and vascular claudication is sometimes difficult to distinguish from each other due to similarities in symptoms. Symptoms and physical examinations may not always match the severity in both diseases,...
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Use of the Anterolateral Thigh and Vertical Rectus Abdominis Musculocutaneous Flaps as Utility Flaps in Reconstructing Large Groin Defects

Aslim EJ, Rasheed MZ, Lin F, Ong YS, Tan BK

BACKGROUND: Groin dissections result in large wounds with exposed femoral vessels requiring soft tissue coverage, and the reconstructive options are diverse. In this study we reviewed our experience with the...
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Cystic Benign Phyllodes Tumor in the Inguinal Region

Go JH

  • KMID: 2012162
  • Korean J Pathol.
  • 2013 Dec;47(6):583-586.
The present lesion was the first reported case of a benign intracystic phyllodes tumor in the inguinal region. We report the case of a 51-year-old female patient who presented with...
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Cutaneous Crohn's Disease on the Groin

Lee DY, Hong KC, Baek JH, Kim DJ, Kim MS, Lee UH, Park HS

  • KMID: 1864412
  • Korean J Dermatol.
  • 2013 Oct;51(10):825-828.
Crohn's disease is a systemic inflammatory and granulomatous disease, mainly involving the gastrointestinal tract with extraintestinal manifestations such as the skin, liver and bone. Cutaneous manifestations of Crohn's disease are...
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Full thickness skin grafts from the groin: donor site morbidity and graft survival rate from 50 cases

Kim S, Chung SW, Cha IH

OBJECTIVES: Full thickness skin grafts (FTSG) offer several advantages; they are esthetically superb, have less postoperative shrinkage, and offer minimal postoperative pain and scar formation at the donor site. As...
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Ossifying Lipoma in the Groin

Hwang SC, Kim DH, Lee SH, Nam DC, Ko GH, Na JB, Jeong ST

It is extremely rare to observe ossifying lipoma that developes separately from bone tissues in the groin. A patient with an adult fist-sized, firm, non-movable and painless mass in the...
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