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Surgery Oblique vs Umbilical Hernia in Neonates!

Why we do surgery as early as possible in neonates with oblique inguinal hernia , and umbilical hernia just conservative?
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Default No complication with umbilical hernia

This is because the indirect inguinal hernia put the baby at risk of developing infertility, infection, and obstruction.
While in the case of umbilical hernia you don't have any of these risks. Therefore you wait for the baby to grow up and there's a good chance it will reduce by itself and if not you can then do surgical repair just for cosmetic reasons.
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This is the first time I know that indirect inguinal hernia is called oblique hernia. Thanks for the info
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