Laparoscopic repair of indirect inguinal hernia containing e
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Introduction
Most cases of inguinal hernia containing an ovary and fallopian tubes reported to date occurred in infants and were often accompanied by other congenital anomalies of the genital tract. However, inguinal ovaries can occur rarely in adult women without any other genital anomalies. Moreover, inguinal ovary accompanying other ovarian diseases is extremely rare. Ozkan et al. reported the only case of inguinal ovary with other ovarian pathology in which a right sliding indirect inguinal hernia containing a paraovarian cyst and fallopian tube was noted. In addition, inguinal hernia containing endometriosis is extremely rare. Herein we report a case of an indirect inguinal hernia containing endometriosis, an ovary, and fallopian tube in an adult woman without genital anomalies, which was successfully repaired laparoscopically using polypropylene mesh.

Case report
A 44-year-old multiparous patient was scheduled to undergo total laparoscopic hysterectomy for the treatment of microinvasive cervical cancer. She reported a lump in the left groin that became more apparent during menstruation, movement, and constipation. She had no specific medical or surgical history. Moreover, no genital anomalies were found on physical examination. A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) examination of the pelvis demonstrated a 4×3 cm cystic structure in the left inguinal area....

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4245355/
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