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17 Possible Causes for Femoral Hernia, Meralgia Paresthetica

  • Obesity

    Pediatric meralgia paresthetica . Pediatr Neurol 2002 ; 26 : 321 – 3 . 18 . Meralgia paresthetica. An anatomical interpretation .[] paresthetica Obstetric and perinatal: Pregnancy-related hypertension, fetal macrosomia, and pelvic dystocia [9] Surgical: Increased surgical risk and postoperative complications[] Singapore Med J 1996 ; 37 : 519 – 21 . 44 Variations in the inferior pelvic pathway of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve: Implications for laparoscopic hernia repair .[]

  • Morbid Obesity

    BACKGROUND & AIMS: Some Parkinson's disease patients may develop morbid obesity, on account of the reduction in exercise and/or of the appearance of compulsive food intake in the first years after diagnosis. The prescription of central appetite suppressants is actually not recommended in Parkinson's disease[…][]

  • Anterior Thigh Pain

    . : Malignant secondary deposit in the iliac crest masquerading as meralgia paresthetica .[] 15-3 The femoral ring and canal are the site of femoral hernia.[] Meralgia paresthetica is a compression neuropathy of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve at the groin.[]

  • Inguinal Hernia

    paresthetica Pelvic pathology (osteitis pubis, adductor strain) Prostatitis Testicular disorders Urinary tract infection Table 1.[] Collectively, inguinal and femoral hernias are known as groin hernias.[] Femoral hernias typically have a characteristic funnel-shaped neck. Figure 10 Femoral hernia.[]

  • Femoral Neuropathy

    Keywords: Femoral neuropathy, Meralgia paresthetica, Iliacus hematoma INTRODUCTION Femoral neuropathy, an uncommon peripheral neuropathy, may show symptoms such as atrophy[] An inguinal hernia is located above and medial to the pubic tubercle. A femoral hernia, more common in female patients, is below and lateral to the pubic tubercle.[] paresthetica (1.4/100,000).[]

  • Ilioinguinal Nerve Entrapment

    Paresthetica 225 Chapter 44 Saphenous Nerve Syndrome 229 Chapter 45 Popliteal Entrapment Syndrome 233 Chapter 46 Peroneal Tunnel Syndrome 239 Chapter 47 Superficial Peroneal[] Other hernias in the groin region include direct inguinal hernias (weakness through the transversus abdominis muscle), femoral hernia (medial to the femoral vessels, through[] This one is […] Continue Reading Entrapment of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, diagnosed medically as Meralgia Paresthetica, has been poorly understood.[]

  • Pudendal Hernia

    Pain in the anterolateral thigh may be from lateral femoral cutaneous nerve entrapment, meralgia paresthetica, typically reflecting entrapments near the anterior superior[] Intestine protruding at the Foramen 323 23 177 Spermatic Cord Mode of distinguishing it from other 199 Of Reducible and Irreducible Femoral Hernia Risk attend 209 42 329[] , not specified as recurrent Unil femoral hernia, w/o obst or gangrene, not spcf as recur; Femoral hernia ; Left femoral hernia ; Right femoral hernia ; Femoral hernia NOS[]

  • Entrapment Neuropathy

    KEYWORDS: Anatomic variation; Entrapment neuropathy; Femoral nerve; Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve; Meralgia paresthetica; Surgery[] […] was found to be prolonged after inguinal hernia repair, possibly because of surgery-related injury.[] Other common nerve entrapment syndromes include ulnar neuropathy at the elbow or wrist and lateral femoral cutaneous neuropathy, also known as meralgia paresthetica.[]

  • Psoas Abscess

    Because of the vague clinical presentation of a psoas infection, it can easily be misdiagnosed as diverticulosis, appendicitis, muscle strain, meralgia paresthetica, sciatica[] The condition may be confused with a femoral hernia or enlarged inguinal lymph nodes.[] hernia Transient synovitis References [ edit ] Drake, Richard (2012).[]

  • Peroneal Nerve Compression Neuropathy

    Meralgia Paresthetica This results from compression of the lateral cutaneous nerve of thigh, which supplies the skin of the lateral thigh.[] […] was found to be prolonged after inguinal hernia repair, possibly because of surgery-related injury.[] - uterine fibroids - abdominal tumors 2. extrapelvic causes - trauma to the anterior superior iliac spine 3. mechanical - prolonged sitting or standing • Also known as " meralgia[]

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