Article abstract: Chronic pain after inguinal herniorrhaphy has been known for many years; and it was thought to be due to musculoskeletal and pelvic problems. And if persistent and annoying the possibility of neuroma or nerve entrapment would be raised, but the surgeons were not enthusiastic to do anything for it other than conservative or palliative treatment. In the past two decades with wide spread use of mesh, this complication has increased to an extent that has drawn attention and research towards it. So the aim of this article is to discuss, its pathogenesis and prevention along with current treatment trends for this syndrome.
Article KeyWords: Inguinodynia, Postherniorrhaphy Pain Syndrome, Neuralgia after Inguinal Herniorrhaphy