A hernia is a condition in which an internal organ is pushed out through a weak point of muscle or tissue. Different types of hernias occur, such as inguinal hernia, femoral hernia, umbilical hernia, and hiatal hernia. If you have a hernia, it's important to get it checked and treated. Hernias often occur in the abdominal cavity between the chest and hips.
The intestine is forced out of a weak area or cleft in the lower abdominal wall, usually in the inguinal canal, causing this condition. Men are more likely than women to develop this type of hernia:
Laparoscopic hernia surgery is performed under general anesthesia and requires the use of a breathing tube. Patients tend to view laparoscopic surgery as minor surgery, but it is a more complex major surgery. A small incision is made to insert the surgical instruments and the surgery is completed.
Laparoscopic hernia treatment is determined by the size and severity of symptoms. Laparoscopic hernia surgery is best if the hernia is growing or causing pain. Laparoscopic hernia surgery is an ideal surgery with less pain, less bleeding, less scarring, a shorter hospital stay, and a quicker return to normal daily life.
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