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Abdominal wall 

Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall

Greg McLatchie

and Neil Borley

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date: 23 January 2022

Abdominal wall hernias 336

Inguinal hernia 338

Femoral hernia 340

Umbilical and epigastric hernias 342

Incisional hernias 344

Other types of hernia 346

Rectus sheath haematoma 347

Groin disruption 348

Acute groin swelling 350

No disease of the human body, belonging to the province of the surgeon, requires in its treatment a better combination of accurate anatomical knowledge with surgical skill than hernia in all its varieties...

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