Tuesday, 31 December 2013

Hernias

Different Types of Hernia -
Gibbon's hernia- hernia with hydrocele
Berger's hernia - hernia in Pouch of
Douglas
Grynfelt/s hernia- Upper lumbar triangle hernia
Petit's hernia - Lower lumbar triangle hernia
Cloquet's hernia- hernia through pecteineal fascia
Narath's hernia - behind femoral artery
Hesselbach's hernia - lateral to femoral artery
Serofini's hernia - behind femoral vessels
Laugier's hernia - through lacunar ligament
Tealse's hernia - in front of femoral vessels
Richter's hernia - part of circumference of bowel wall is gangrenous
Littre's hernia - hernia with Meckels's
Diverticulum
Sliding hernia - Posterior wall of sac
is formed by colon or bladder
Maydl's hernia - 'w' hernia
Phantom hernia - Localised muscle
buldge following muscular paralysis
Spigelian hernia - through spigelian fascia
Obturator hernia - through obturator
foramen
Femoral hernia - hernia medial to femoral vein
Beclard's hernia - femoral hernia
through saphenous opening

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