Petit’s Hernia, 1 Case Report and Literature Review

Mauricio Zuluaga Zuluaga, DO, Ivo Siljic, DO. hospital universitario del valle

BACKGROUND/OBJETIVES Lumbar hernias are rare sumamentes LESS THAN 1% and reported rarely. Hernias that occur through the superior lumbar space or Grynfelt-Lesshaft, as this is more consistent and larger, often appear more frequently than those produced through the triangle of Petit. THE OBJECTIVE OF OUR JOB IS TO REPORT LAPAROSCOPIC MANAGEMENT OF A LUMBAR PETIT'S HERNIA.

METHODS PATIENT 58 YEARS FEMALE WHO LEFT BACK PAIN CONSULTATION BY EFFORTS ASSOCIATED INTESTINAL AND FEEL THIS NOISE LEVEL INDICATOR WITH EPISODES OF INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION. BACKGROUND PATHOLOGICAL HYPERTENSION, OBESITY. WAS MADE OF ABDOMNE scans which showed LUMBAR HERNIA IN THE TRIANGLE OF PETIT CONTAINING A DEFECT WITH THE BLIND OF 5CM hernia. LAPAROSCOPIC APPROACH WAS MADE OF THE PATIENT WITH MESH PLACEMENT WITH GOOD prostheses without evidence EVOLUTION AND HERNIA RECURRENCE 1 MONTH BEFORE SURGERY MONITORING PATIENT.

CONCLUSIONS THE LUMBAR HERNIA ARE RARE. LAPAROSCOPIC REPAIR THIS IS AN ALTERNATIVE TO HANDLE THIS KIND OF PATHOLOGY IN OBESE PATIENTS WITH COMORBIDITIES. THERE ARE FEW REPORTS OF CASES IN THE LITERATURE ON LAPAROSCOPIC REPAIR OF THIS PATHOLOGY

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