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Case Based Discussion on Hernia Management

Hernia management involves the treatment of a condition in which an organ or tissue protrudes through a weakened area of the surrounding muscle or connective tissue. The most common types of hernias include inguinal hernias, which occur in the groin, and umbilical hernias. Surgical hernia repair is typically recommended for larger, more symptomatic hernias, or those that have the potential to become incarcerated or strangulated. Open hernia repair involves making an incision at the site of the hernia, while laparoscopic repair involves using a small camera and specialized instruments to repair the hernia through several small incisions. Recovery from hernia surgery typically involves a period of rest and limited physical activity, as well as pain management and follow-up care with the surgeon.

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Dr. Wasim Dar

MBBS,MS(Gen Surg),MRCS(Eng),MRCS(Glasg), FMAS,FAIS,Dip Hernia(APHS),DMAS(Bariatric), Honourable Joint Secretary(SSB)

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Hernia management involves the treatment of a condition in which an organ or tissue protrudes through a weakened area of the surrounding muscle or connective tissue. The most common types of hernias include inguinal hernias, which occur in the groin, and umbilical hernias. Surgical hernia repair is typically recommended for larger, more symptomatic hernias, or those that have the potential to become incarcerated or strangulated. Open hernia repair involves making an incision at the site of the hernia, while laparoscopic repair involves using a small camera and specialized instruments to repair the hernia through several small incisions. Recovery from hernia surgery typically involves a period of rest and limited physical activity, as well as pain management and follow-up care with the surgeon.