Synthetic Hernia Mesh, WikiCommons, author: droftcm. A hernia is the bulging of the intestine or fat that pushes its way through a weak area in the abdominal wall. A number of patients choose watchful waiting but that can result in an emergency surgery which carries additional risks if the intestine is strangled after punching through the wall. The fact that hernia surgery carries a risk of pain and other complications is not news to MDND readers. Patient Hal Samples still suffers nerve pain even after mesh removal.
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Persistent rectal pain after rectosimoidectomy: case report
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Bowel endometriosis: Recent insights and unsolved problems
Benzi 1, Genoa, Italy. Bowel endometriosis affects between 3. The evaluation of symptoms and clinical examination are inadequate for an accurate diagnosis of intestinal endometriosis. Transvaginal ultrasonography is the first line investigation in patients with suspected bowel endometriosis and allows accurate determination of the presence of the disease.
Persistent rectal pain after rectosimoidectomy. In lower abdomen, chronic proctalgia has been described after hemorrhoidectomy and is characterized as pain at evacuation followed by fecal urgency. Persistent postoperative pain after videolaparoscopic rectosigmoidectomy is uncommon. This study aimed at reporting a case of persistent postoperative pain after videolaparoscopic rectosigmoidectomy, controlled with bilateral anesthetic block of the hypogastric plexus. In the immediate postoperative period she evolved with tenesmus, continuous and severe pain with occasional burning.