Image Tag: Hernia

Direct Inguinal Hernia

Laparoscopic field — Laparoscopic view of a big direct Inguinal Hernia.

Indirect inguinal hernia sac

This is an image of an indirect inguinal hernia sac

Reduced right inguinal hernia

This is an image of incarcerated omentum reduced from a right inguinal hernia

Incarcerated right inguinal hernia

this is an image of a right inguinal hernia incarcerated with omentum

Amyand´s hernia

Amyand´s hernia is described as the hernia containing the appendix inflamed through an inguinal hernia defect. It is a rare disease and diagnosis is usually made during the perioperative because in most cases are mistaken for incarcerated inguinal hernia.

Type III hiatal hernia

Type III hiatal hernia

loss of abdominal domain

Loss of Abdominal domain Large Ventral Hernia

Method of mesh fixation

Method of mesh fixation with a suture passer. Use the suture passer to introduce the suture through the musculofascial layer, the mesh, and then back out through all layers as a mattress suture. Use four to eight mattress sutures to anchor the mesh, depen

Cutting the mesh prosthesis

Cut the mesh prosthesis to the desired size and mark its intended location on the anterior abdominal wall. The shaded area indicates the approximate outline of the ventral hernia, and the mesh is indicated by crosshatches. The mesh should extend beyond th

Demonstration of port placement

Demonstration of port placement for repair of a ventral hernia in the upper abdomen. Place the first trocar in the lower midline, 2 or 3 in. inferior to the ventral hernia. Ventral hernias in the lower abdomen require placement of the camera port in the u

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