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Interparietal hernia

Anil Kumar, Shiv Shankar Paswan, Anita Paswan, Rekha Kumari, Vimal Bhandari
INTRODUCTION: An interparietal inguinal hernia is a rare form of hernia. In this type of hernia, the sac passes between the layers of the abdominal wall of the inguinal canal area. Although its treatment is very simple but pre-operative diagnosis is really a challenging issue. PRESENTATION OF CASE: A 62 years old male patient presented with complaint of a large swelling over right lower abdomen with absence of right testes since birth. The lump was measured 26×22cm in size...
2018: International Journal of Surgery Case Reports
Kerim Erdem Ulucay, Muhammad Umar Younis
Among the complications of an open appendectomy is the presentation of an incisional hernia. An interstitial or interparietal hernia is the one in which the hernia sac is present between the muscle layers of the abdominal wall which makes the presentation of a post-operative incisional interstitial hernia quite a rarity. A 52-year-old female was admitted through the outpatient clinic presenting with the complaints of discomfort and a bulge felt in the right hypochondrium for the last 3 years. Radiological investigations were able to delineate an interstitial incisional hernia through the previous open appendectomy scar...
April 2017: Journal of Ayub Medical College, Abbottabad: JAMC
M Natarajan, H M Alnajjar, C I Woodward, M Tshuma, T Marshall, M Rochester
We report an unusual case of an ectopic testis identified in a 37-year-old man presenting with acute severe right iliac fossa pain and an irreducible mass. Initially diagnosed as a Spigelian hernia, computed tomography and ultrasonography identified the presence of an ectopic testis in the abdominal wall. Interparietal testicular ectopia is an extremely rare condition. We present and discuss the first case in the literature of an ectopic testis located between the internal and external oblique muscle layers of the anterior abdominal wall in an adult...
February 2017: Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England
James R Davis, Jesus E Villarreal, William S Cobb, Alfredo M Carbonell, Jeremy A Warren
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July 2016: American Surgeon
Puraj P Patel, Jeremy A Warren, Roozbeh Mansour, William S Cobb, Alfredo M Carbonell
Lateral abdominal wall hernias may occur after a variety of procedures, including anterior spine exposure, urologic procedures, ostomy closures, or after trauma. Anatomically, these hernias are challenging and require a complete understanding of abdominal wall, interparietal and retroperitoneal, anatomy for successful repair. Mesh placement requires extensive dissection of often unfamiliar planes, and its fixation is difficult. We report our experience with open mesh repair of lateral abdominal wall hernias...
July 2016: American Surgeon
Takashi Sakamoto, Mayu Shimaguchi, Alan K Lefor, Akihiro Kishida
An interparietal hernia is defined as a hernia in which the hernial sac lies between the tissue layers comprising the abdominal wall. A strangulated interparietal inguinal hernia without an external bulge is a rare cause of an acute abdomen and difficult to diagnose preoperatively. We report a patient with a history of a right inguinal hernia who presented with abdominal pain without inguinal bulging. An interparietal (preperitoneal) inguinal hernia was diagnosed and treated by laparoscopic reduction and a transabdominal preperitoneal hernia repair...
February 2016: Asian Journal of Endoscopic Surgery
Abdel-Fattah El-Shershaby, Ahmed Imam, Mai Helmy, Jehane Ibrahim, Fatma Kassem
The present study aimed to investigate the teratogenic and genotoxic effects of itraconazole administered orally to pregnant rats on gestation days 1-7 (implantation), 8-14 (organogenesis) and 14-20 (fetal developmental period) at doses 75, 100 or 150 mg/kg b.wt. The results indicated that itraconazole had embryolethal effect when administered at a dose of 150 mg/kg b.wt throughout implantation and organogenesis periods as well as at 100 mg/kg b.wt during implantation period. Itraconazole elevated the teratogenicity when administrated at a dose of 100 mg/kg b...
January 2014: Toxicology Mechanisms and Methods
S K Lim, K H Kim, T-Y Shin, S J Hong, Y D Choi, K H Rha
Trocar site hernia arising from 8 mm robotic port is very rare despite the increasing prevalence of robot-assisted surgeries. To date, there had been only a single case reported in the literature. We report a case of small bowel obstruction secondary to an interparietal trocar site incisional hernia after robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy. Meticulous closure of 8 mm robotic trocar sites associated with large peritoneal defect at the end of surgery should be performed.
2014: Hernia: the Journal of Hernias and Abdominal Wall Surgery
Takeshi Hirabayashi, Shigeru Ueno
We report a case in which the combination of an interparietal inguinal hernia and ipsilateral ectopic testicle mimicked a spigelian hernia. The patient was a 22-day-old boy who presented with a reducible mass that extended from the right lumbar region to the iliac fossa region. The right testis was palpable in the right lumbar region. Ultrasonography and magnetic resonance imaging revealed that a small bowel had herniated through the inguinal region below the external oblique aponeurosis. Surgery was performed when the patient was 23 months old...
July 2013: Tokai Journal of Experimental and Clinical Medicine
Maurice E Asuquo, Victor I C Nwagbara, Michael O Ifere
INTRODUCTION: Epigastric hernia is a rare form of ventral abdominal hernia. When neglected it can attain an impressive size causing it un-aesthetic effect in addition to diagnostic difficulties. PRESENTATION OF CASE: Presented is a 60-year-old female farmer with a 10-year history of a voluminous mass in the anterior abdominal wall. DISCUSSION: Surgery revealed an epigastric hernia presenting as an interparietal hernia. The hernia was an omentocele with a grossly distended hernia sac filled with about 2...
2011: International Journal of Surgery Case Reports
T P Bhatia, P Ghimire, M L Panhani
A Spigelian hernia (or lateral ventral hernia) is a hernia through the spigelian fascia, which is the aponeurotic layer between the rectus abdominis muscle medially, and the semilunar line laterally. So far, about 1000 cases have been reported worldwide. These hernias are difficult to diagnose as they do not present with a subcutaneous swelling and have high risk of going for strangulation. We discuss the case of a 36 year old female who presented with history of pain and lumpiness in left lower abdomen, both of which decreased on lying down...
April 2010: Kathmandu University Medical Journal (KUMJ)
T Mittal, V Kumar, R Khullar, A Sharma, V Soni, M Baijal, P K Chowbey
Spigelian hernia occurs through slit like defect in the anterior abdominal wall adjacent to the semilunar line. Most of spigelian hernias occur in the lower abdomen where the posterior sheath is deficient. The hernia ring is a well-defined defect in the transverses aponeurosis. The hernial sac, surrounded by extraperitoneal fatty tissue, is often interparietal passing through the transversus and the internal oblique aponeuroses and then spreading out beneath the intact aponeurosis of the external oblique. Spigelian hernia is in itself very rare and more over it is difficult to diagnose clinically...
October 2008: Journal of Minimal Access Surgery
A M Carbonell
The retromuscular or sublay repair of ventral hernias, popularized by Rives and Stoppa, requires that a layer of tissue be reapproximated dorsal to the mesh to separate the bowel from the prosthetic. This is the first report of two patients who developed bowel obstruction resulting from interparietal incarceration between the posterior rectus sheath and the prosthetic graft through a defect in this dorsal layer. Both patients underwent open retromuscular hernia repair, one with lightweight polypropylene mesh, the other with human acellular dermal matrix...
December 2008: Hernia: the Journal of Hernias and Abdominal Wall Surgery
W E Lower, N F Hicken
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December 1931: Annals of Surgery
W B Coley
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July 1909: Annals of Surgery
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March 30, 1951: Prensa Médica Argentina
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November 1, 1959: Tidsskrift for Den Norske Lægeforening: Tidsskrift for Praktisk Medicin, Ny Række
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July 1, 1961: New York State Journal of Medicine
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November 1956: Journal of the Philippine Medical Association
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August 1956: Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery
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