Definition of Hernial. Meaning of Hernial. Synonyms of Hernial

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Definition of Hernial

Hernial
Hernial Her"ni*al, a. Of, or connected with, hernia.

Meaning of Hernial from wikipedia

- Amyand's hernia, the content of the hernial sac is the appendix. In Littre's hernia, the content of the hernial sac contains a Meckel's diverticulum...
- completely reduced, typically due to adhesions between the hernia and the hernial sac. This can cause pain and a feeling of illness. An obstructed femoral...
- The hernial sac contains two loops of bowel with another loop of bowel being intra-abdominal. A loop of bowel in the form of 'W lies in the hernial sac...
- tumor Hematocele Filarial hydrocele Post herniorrhaphy Hydrocele of an hernial sac It does not occur only in infants but it occurs in adults also, a hydrocele...
- (1864-1924). It is performed by closing the internal ring with a pad made of the hernial sac. Alexander Hugh Ferguson (1907). The Technic of modern operations for...
- bowel obstruction in intestinal hernias Strangulation Hydrocele of the hernial sac Hemorrhage Autoimmune problems Irreducibility or incarceration, in...
- Poupart's ligament, because Fran├žois Poupart gave it relevance in relation to hernial repair, calling it "the suspender of the abdomen" (French: "le suspenseur...
- developmental stage, the changes from the prehernial stage progress to a hernial sac. This hernial sac may contain the appendix, fallopian tube, omentum, small intestine...
- 20% to 30% of the time, one of the testis will lie within the inguinal hernial sac while in other cases both testes will lie within the same inguinal...
- of inguinal hernias) which occurs when the appendix is included in the hernial sac and becomes incarcerated. The condition is an eponymous disease named...