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This type of hernia accounts for the vast majority of hernia
surgical repairs. An inguinal hernia is located in the inguinal
region of the body where the thigh meets our pelvis. A specific type
of hernia called a femoral hernia is most often associated with
female patients and can more easily become incarcerated than other
inguinal hernias. The most common types of inguinal hernias are
either direct or indirect hernias and these are found more often by
far in men rather than women. Some hernias are result of a defect
that occurs at birth, and some develop throughout a patientís life
secondary to straining and heavy lifting.
This type of hernia occurs in the area between the breast bone and
the umbilicus and often times do not have to be repaired if they are
not causing symptoms.
Laparoscopic Hernia repair
A number of factors have led to the recent development of a new
method of repair called laparoscopic hernia repair. This technique
is really an extension of a traditional mesh repair method that was
used in patients who had already experienced several hernia
recurrences at the same site.
Previously, this mesh repair approach had required a separate
incision somewhat removed from the target area. However, with the
progressive development of the instruments and techniques for
laparoscopic surgery, the same procedure can now be done with
several relatively small incisions.
This allows the surgeon to enter the space behind the hernia defect
and place the mesh with minimal injury to the surface of the
abdomen. The advantages of this method include coverage of all the
potential sites of groin hernia, which reduces the risks of
recurrence while also decreasing the amount of post-surgical pain.
This type of hernia occurs at the level of the naval and are usually the
result of the failure of the abdominal wall defect to close after the
patients umbilical cord falls off as an infant. Most of these hernias
defects will close in childhood by the age of five. Remaining umbilical
hernias however can enlarge over time and require repair in the adult
This type of hernia is a rare form of hernia defect that can occur
at the level of the umbilicus but actually lateral to it. These
hernias are often difficult to diagnose.
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