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Table 1 Comparison of different surgical approaches to giant inguinoscrotal hernias

From: Surgical treatment strategies for giant inguinoscrotal hernia – a case report with review of the literature

Bowel preparation Pneumoperitoneum Laparoscopic approach Open abdominal approach (Extended) inguinal approach Omentectomy Bowel resection Orchiectomy Scrotum resection Components separation Mesh in premuscular position Mesh in preperitoneal postition Mesh between internal and external oblique Appendectomy Postoperative intensive care Postoperative discharge day Hematocele/seroma development Recurrence Last follow-up (postoperative month)  
+ + + + + + + + + 8 + 18 Present Case Report
+ + + n/a n/a n/a n/a Baca-Prieto et al. 2017 [19]
+ 1 + n/a 6.3* 10× 48 Bierca et al. 2013 [20] (15 cases)
+ + + + + + + + 9 18–96 Cavalli et al. 2015 [2]
+ + + + + + + + 8 Cavalli et al. 2015 [2]
+ + + + + + 7 Cavalli et al. 2015 [2]
+ + + + + + 6 Cavalli et al. 2015 [2] (2 cases)
+ + + 4 + 3 Dinesh et al. 2014 [21]
+ + + + + 28 8 Fadiran et al. 1992 [22]
+ + n/a n/a 12 Gillellamudi et al. 2010 [23]
+ + 5 n/a n/a Goonetilleke et al. 2010 [24]
+ + + + 13 + 2 Hamad et al. 2013 [25]
+ + + + + n/a 36 Karthikeyan et al. 2014 [26]
+ + + + + 7 36 Kovachev et al. 2010 [14]
+ + + + 7 24 Kovachev et al. 2010 [14]
+ + + + + + 8 n/a n/a Kumar et al. 2016 [27]
+ + + 6 n/a Mohamad et al. 2017 [28]
+ + + 12 12 Momiyama et al. 2016 [16]
+ + + + + + n/a 6 Monestiroli et al. 2007 [12]
+ + + + + + + + n/a 12 Patsas et al. 2010 [29]
+ + + + 14 11 Piskin et al. 2010 [30]
+ + + + 13 9 Piskin et al. 2010 [30]
+ + + + + 10 6 Sahsamanis et al. 2016 [31]
+ 1 1 Savoie et al. 2014 [18] {25 cases}
+ + + + + n/a n/a 1 Singh et al. 2015 [32]
+ + + 3 12 Sturniolo et al. 1999 [33] (5 cases)
+ + + 7 + 48 Trakarnsagna et al. 2014 [34]
+ + + + + 6 3 Turner et al. 2010 [35]
+ + + + 6 6 Tarchouli et al. 2015 [36]
  1. n/a = not assessed, * = “on average” in cited source