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Inguinal hernia by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:40pm 1 Comment Inguinal hernias occur when part of the intestine protrudes through a weak spot in the abdomen — often along the inguinal canal, which carries the spermatic cord in men. Introduction Inguinal hernias occur when soft tissue — usually part of the intestine — protrudes through a weak point or tear in your lower abdominal wall. The re ... Read on »
LAPAROSCOPIC HERNIA REPAIR by Dr. Anshu Gupta Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:39pm 2 Comments Herniorrhaphy (hernioplasty, hernia repair) is a surgical procedure for correcting hernia. A hernia is a bulging of internal organs or tissues, which protrude through an abnormal opening in the muscle wall. Hernias can occur in the abdomen, groin, and at the site of a previous surgery. Herniorraphy, or hernioplasty, is now often perf ... Read on »
Keyhole surgery in children by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Tue 17 Jan 2012 6:46am This article explains how the technique of laparoscopicA keyhole surgical procedure. surgery can be applied to infants and children and what procedures can routinely be performed this way. Keyhole (laparoscopic) surgery involves making small openings on the abdomi ... Read on »
Surgery and Recovery by kissmyostomy Facebook Posted Fri 02 Nov 2012 12:00am Its been a couple of weeks and quite a bit has happened since my last post. Unfortunately I've been in a great deal of pain and discomfort and really have not felt up to sitting at the computer to write until now. Today marks two weeks since I underwent abdominal reconstructive surgery. This coming Monday I have my follow up with my su ... Read on »
Paediatric laparoscopic surgery by Dave W Healthy Living ProfessionalFacebook Posted Wed 21 Dec 2011 9:22am Modern technology means that abdominalRelating to the abdomen, which is the region of the body between the chest and the pelvis. surgery for infants has improved and can mostly avoid the need for invasive surgery. This article provides information on the new laparoscopicA keyhole surgi ... Read on »
Surgery notes , to be always remembered by Ahmad.H Posted Tue 23 Mar 2010 12:00am Hernia Q. Define hernia Protrusion of any viscus from its normal cavity through an abdominal opening Q. What are the types of hernia ? Ans: Inguinal , umbilical , paraumbilical , femoral , incisional Q. What is the difference between direct and indirect inguinal hernia ? Ans: ... Read on »
Oops, I Had Surgery by andreaoutloud Posted Tue 26 Nov 2013 7:52am Well hello there! Let me fill you in a little….. I had to have emergency surgery last Tuesday. What!? Ew. Yep, I had to have my appendix out. Last week on Monday night, I headed to the ER around 11pm. Alllll day I had a stomach ache. Nothing awful, but it was a weird stomach ache. I hadn’t done anything out of the ord ... Read on »
TENSION FREE HERNIA REPAIR by herniasurgery Posted Tue 17 Jul 2012 7:14am A hernia or (“rupture”) is a lump that will occurs from a weakness in the stomach wall. For that reason, some of the contents contained in the abdomen can then bulge (push through) under the skin. When usual, the front of the abdomen has varied layers comprising skin, then fat, then muscles, which keep the intestines (guts) and internal ... Read on »
Hernia Problem at Shih tzu puppy ? by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Mon 24 Nov 2008 7:21am Question : Hi, I am in the process of buying a Shih tzu puppy from a responsable breeder, I have had contact with the puppy for the last 2 weeks so he is accustomed to me when he is finally took away from his parents aged 8 weeks. The seller has rang me today to explain that the pup has been to the vets for a check & found to have ... Read on »
HERNIA TYPES, CAUSES AND TREATMENT by Stephanie S. Jewett Posted Wed 17 Mar 2010 12:00am Mar 17           A hernia is an opening or weakness in the wall of a muscle, tissue or membrane that normally holds an organ in place.  It is usually a sac formed by the lining of the abdominal cavity (peritoneum).  The sac comes through a hole or weak area in the fascia, the str ... Read on »