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45 Possible Causes for Hernia, Left Lower Quadrant Pain, Neonatal Intestinal Obstruction

  • 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[]

  • Intestinal Obstruction

    An internal hernia is a rare cause of intestinal obstruction, which can occur at any age.[] lower quadrant abdominal pain over several years (suggestive of diverticulitis, a diverticular stricture, or similar problems) Assessment of symptoms should attempt to distinguish[] Neonatal intestinal obstruction is caused by an anatomical abnormality that produces bowel movement failure.[]

  • 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[]

  • 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[] Over that period, she had developed a lower left quadrant abdominal mass. She had no history of nausea or vomiting.[] Physical examination reveals tender palpable mass in left lower quadrant. CT reveals incarcerated ventral hernia.[]

  • Left-sided Appendicitis

    Keywords: Amyand’s hernia, inguinal hernia, appendectomy, mobile cecum, ligation, case report This work is published and licensed by Dove Medical Press Limited.[] However, acute appendicitis presenting with left lower quadrant abdominal pain is extremely rare.[] Neonatal intestinal obstruction with isolated levocardia. J Pediatr Surg 2000;35:1115-6. 3. Akbulut S, Caliskan A, Ekin A, Yagmur Y.[]

  • Endometriosis

    Umbilical hernias are rather common in the General Surgery clinic; however, endometriosis of an umbilical hernia is rare.[] A healthy 25-year-old woman presents with worsening dysmenorrhea, new-onset left lower quadrant pain, and dyspareunia.[] Stricker B, Blanco J, Fox HE: The gynecologic contribution to intestinal obstruction in females. J Am Coll Surg 1994;178:617–620.[]

  • Constipation

    A Case of Obturator Hernia Originated from Femoral Abscess Kazunori YOSHIDA, Ikuho KOYAMA, Hiroaki MIZOKAMI, [in Japanese], [in Japanese], [in Japanese], [in Japanese], [in[] MESSAGE: Suspect familial Shah-Waardenburg syndrome in a neonate of Waardenburg syndrome presenting with constipation since birth or intestinal obstruction.[] Hernia – an abdominal hernia can reduce intra-abdominal pressure, which makes it more difficult to pass a motion.[]

  • Sigmoid Volvulus

    Internal hernias are a rare pathology with very low incidence. Transmesenteric hernias represent less than 10% of all cases and may occur at any age.[] Sigmoid volvulus is an exceptionally rare cause of intestinal obstruction in neonates. Only 7 cases have been reported in the English and French literature.[] ( Q41 - Q42 ) cystic fibrosis with meconium ileus ( E84.11 ) ischemic stricture of intestine ( K55.1 ) meconium ileus NOS ( P76.0 ) neonatal intestinal obstructions classifiable[]

  • Rectal Obstruction

    Case Report A one month old baby presented with right inguinal hernia, left undescended testis with hernia and supraumbilical hernia.[] Patients with sigmoid diverticulitis usually present with left lower quadrant pain, fever, a palpable left lower quadrant mass, and constipation.[] Neonatal intestinal obstruction occurs in 1/1500 live births.[]

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