Science Quiz / Hernia's

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Able to be pushed back
an abdominal viscus (intestine, colon, etc) forms part of the hernial sac
Not reducible
blood supply is compromised and may have gangrene
intestine pushes through weak area in abdominal wall, “knuckle” of bowel, uncommon, but deadly
lateral to inferior epigastric artery. Occur in the groin near the opening of the inguinal canal-CONGENITAL
medial to inferior epigastric artery within Hesselbach’s Triangle. Occur in the groin near the opening of the inguinal canal
occur at the site of a previous surgical incision
occur in the femoral canal, below inguinal ligament.
Upper abdomen at the midline
What hernia's require surgery?
What tests do you use to diagnose hernia?

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