Department of Anesthesiology
Medical Subject Headings
Neuromas can result from any surgery and occur in 2.1% of patients with a Pfannenstiel incision. This etiology is frequently missed in patients who often have their complaints dismissed as psychosomatic. This case details a patient with pain from an ilioinguinal neuroma that was successfully diagnosed and treated using ultrasound.
Currier, Adam and Khayata, Issam, "Ultrasound as a Modality for Detection and Treatment of an Ilioinguinal Neuroma" (2012). Anesthesiology Publications and Presentations. 113.