Huge (Voluminous) Femoral hernia in a male (Case Report)

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Karim AL-Araji

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   Femoral hernia is usually of a small size. It is more common in females than males and presents in a strangulation. It is considered a huge (Voluminous) if it exceeds a volume of a fist.Herewith, A 54-year-old thin man presents with an irreducible but non-strangulated huge right femoral hernia. Diagnosis was confirmed by history and physical examination. Preoperative laboratory and chest x-ray were normal.  Open mesh repair was done with uneventful postoperative course. The patient was well after 18 months of operation without recurrence.

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K. AL-Araji, “Huge (Voluminous) Femoral hernia in a male (Case Report)”, JUBPAS, vol. 27, no. 6, pp. 287-290, Mar. 2020.
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