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IN ORCHIOPEXY, IS LIGATION OF HERNIAL SAC OBLIGATORY?
Dr. Md. Mobassar Hussain Mullick, Dr. Md. Arifur Rahman, Dr. Ashekur Rahman Mullick*, Dr. Ayesha Haidar, Dr. Anika Ibnat Mullick and Dr. Arifa Akter Jahan
The best way to define an undescended testis is one that cannot be lowered to the bottom of the scrotum without exerting excessive pressure on the spermatic cord. According to studies, the prevalence of undescended testicles ranges from 1-3% in term babies to 30% in preterm babies. At the Dr. M. R. Khan Shishu Hospital & ICH in Mirpur, Dhaka, this retrospective study was conducted between the years of 2005 and 2013. 104 youngsters under the age of 12 (varying in age from one month to twelve years) who have an undescended testis diagnosis have been selected for this study. Informed consent was obtained from each participant in the study. Total 33 of the 104 instances were bilateral, and 71 were unilateral. 49 of the 71 unilaterally undescended testes were on the right and 22 on the left. Testis could be felt in each case. Clinically, there were no instances that had hernias. Version 26.0 of the SPSS software was used to analyze the data. The means and standards are used to express qualitative data. Standard deviation (SD) and percentage (%) were contrasted. Using a separate t test, compare the two groups respectively, the Chi square test. P value less than greater than 0.05 was regarded as significant. Our research suggests that it is safe to avoid ligating the hernial sac during orchidopexy and that doing so is not necessary. It significantly reduces morbidity and healing time.[Full Text Article]