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Table 2 Syndrome/conditions associated with infantile inguinal hernia

From: The demographic profile and the management of infantile inguinal hernia: a 3-year’s review

No of study subjects-118GI-(0–6 months)
GII (6–12 months)
Isolated syndromic2 (2.24%)
DS-1 (1.12%)
CL-1 (1.12%)
Syndromic asso with other cong anomalies2 (2.24%)
*Edward syndrome + CTEV + webbed neck -1 (1.12%)
*Edwards syndrome + RDS-1 (1.12%)
1 (3.44%)
*CL + HUN + Pectus excavatum
Non syndromic Conditions19 (21.34%)
*Sept arthritis-1
*Cong cataract-1
*Duplicated extrophy-1
9 (31%)
*EEC + Cervical MMC + Spina bifida + Small Phallus
*Chylous Ascites-1
*GDD + Spastic Diplegia-1
*LIMB anomalies-1
Other surgeries7 (7.8%)
*Orchidopexy-2 (2.24%)
*Cataract surgery (IOL)-1
*Kasai’s procedure-1
*Excision of duplicated Extrophy-1
5 (17.24%)
*Orchidopexy-2 (6.8%)
*EEC + MMC repair-1
  1. DS down‘s syndrome, CL cutis laxa, CTEV congenital talipus equino varus, RDS respiratory distress syndrome, HUN hydroureteronephrosis, GERD gastroesophageal reflux syndrome, BLHN bilateral hydronephrosis, UDT undescended testis, UH umbilical hernia, HYPO hypospadias, ROP retinopathy of prematurity, CHD congenital heart disease, SLOL subluxation of lens, DDH developmental dysplasia of hip, EHBA extrahepatic biliary atresia, EEC extrophy epispadais complex, MMC myelomengocele, GDD global developmental delay, CLEFT PL Cleft Palte