Sportsman's inguinal hernia: what does surgery consist of?

Written by: Dott. Piero Giovanni Bruni
Edited by: Marta Buonomano

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By Dott. Piero Giovanni Bruni

Dr. Piero Giovanni Bruni works today as a Medical Specialist at the General Surgery Unit and at the High Specialization Research Center on Abdominal Wall Pathology and Restorative Surgery of Abdominal Hernias at the Istituto Clinico Sant'Ambrogio in Milan ( Milan Hernia Center).

Dr. Bruni completed his training with a Master's degree in Oncological Surgery at the Policlinico San Marco di Zingonia (BG) and with a PhD in Biotechnology and Surgical Techniques at the University of Insubria in Varese.

In addition, he worked as a Volunteer Doctor at the Mutoyi Mission Hospitals in Burundi and Goundi Mission in Chad, Africa.

Its main fields of interest are the hernias of the abdominal parade, the inguinal hernias and the pubalgia, that is, the chronic inguinal pain.

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