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22 Possible Causes for Abdominal Pain Radiating to the Inguinal Region, Hernia

  • Indirect Inguinal Hernia

    […] a direct hernia passes medially.[] […] concurrent hernias.[] This study compares the effect of invaginating excision of hernia sac without ligation with the traditional method of high ligation of the hernia sac on postoperative pain[]

  • Direct Inguinal Hernia

    Such an hernia is called indirect inguinal hernia.[] Laparoscopic preperitoneal mesh repair of the incarcerated obturator hernia and a contralateral direct inguinal hernia found incidentally was successfully performed.[] This TAPP surgery with hernia defect wall suture that requires smaller dissection area is an effective method for treating direct inguinal hernia.[]

  • Femoral Hernia

    Femoral hernias are a relatively uncommon type, accounting for only 3% of all hernias.[] Many surgeons are familiar with Amyand hernia, which is an inguinal hernia sac containing an appendix.[] Whereas inguinal hernias are almost entirely a male disease, the sex incidence of femoral hernias is more nearly equal, with femoral hernias only marginally more common in[]

  • Ilioinguinal Nerve Entrapment

    Abstract Nerve injury has a reported incidence of 2% during laparoscopic hernia repair.[] Pain can usually be elicited by palpating laterally about the scar margin, and the pain usually radiates inferomedially toward the inguinal region and into the suprapubic[] The use of mesh in hernia surgery frequently causes scar tissue or entrapment of the nerve.[]

  • Obturator Hernia

    […] concurrent hernias.[] Obturator hernia is a very rare form of hernia.[] Obturator hernia is a rare type of abdominal hernia that classically presents in elderly women.[]

  • Abdominal Hernia

    Ventral hernias occur anteriorly, such as umbilical and epigastric hernias.[] The hernia was reduced and the patient's recovery was uneventful.[] If any such hernias are found, perioperative hernia repair should be considered and postoperative diuresis should be undertaken under close observation.[]

  • Abdominal Muscle Strain

    If you have a hernia, your provider will be able to feel and see a bulge in your abdomen. You may have an MRI. How is it treated?[] […] as a strangulated hernia.[] If you have a hernia, be cautious about doing strenuous abdominal activities and talk to your healthcare provider about having it repaired.[]

  • Incarcerated Hernia

    Hernia is classified as follows depending on the reduction: Easily reducible hernia Incarcerated hernia Strangulated hernia Incarcerated hernia This form of hernia that cannot[] […] sac and cloudy fluid in hernia sac were found to be significant factors predicting SSI.[] PURPOSE: Before the advent of general anesthesia, taxis (hernia reduction) was the treatment of choice of incarcerated hernia but, over the years, its use subsided in favor[]

  • Appendicitis

    De Garengeot hernia is a rare phenomenon, with less than 5% of femoral hernias containing the appendix and 0.08% to 0.13% containing an incarcerated acute appendicitis.[] An appendix present in a femoral hernia is called a De Garengeot Hernia, which is a rare form of femoral hernia.[] Appendicitis within an umbilical hernia sac is a previously unreported complication for umbilical hernias.[]

  • Funiculitis

    After dissecting the inguinal canal, the hernia sac could not be found.[] Differential diagnosis of funiculitis, incarcerated hernia and the infected encysted hydrocele of the cord was made.[] Deferentitis and funiculitis must be differentiated from strangulated inguinal hernia and acute diseases of the scrotum (acute epididymitis and testicular torsion); hematoma[]

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