Clinical and postoperative outcomes of laparoscopic groin hernia repair
Hernia surgeries are most common procedures performed by general surgeons. The existence of hernial defects since pre-historic times has evolved the surgical techniques from generation to generation with transition from pre-mesh era to mesh era with latest laparoscopic equipments for hernia repair. Inguinal hernia is most common groin hernias. Minimal invasive inguinal hernia surgery has gained popularity with gratifying results in terms of early return to work, reduced postoperative pain, decline in mesh infection and minimal recurrence. The clinical outcomes of any surgical technique act as assessment indicators for surgeons to upgrade their knowledge and acquire advanced skills to improve their practice. This study will amalgamate the postoperative outcomes of inguinal laparoscopic hernia repair and will also validate the evaluation measures.