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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Pararectal and obturator hernias are relatively rare and typically affect elderly emaciated women. They are difficult to diagnose preoperatively.

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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Pararectal and obturator hernias are relatively rare and typically affect elderly emaciated women. They are difficult to diagnose preoperatively.

A gynecologist may come across such hernias as a secondary finding during laparoscopy. Such findings are expected to increase with the aging population. We present two cases and the technique to treat them. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Rent this article via DeepDyve. Hernia 13 1 — Hernia 8 2 — Naude G, Bongard F Obturator hernia is an unsuspected diagnosis.

Am J Surg 1 — Surgery 3 — JSLS 2 2 — Ann Acad Med Singapore 36 6 — JSLS 10 2 — Download references. Correspondence to R. Reprints and Permissions. Walid, M. Pararectal and obturator hernias as incidental findings on gynecologic laparoscopy. Hernia 14, — Download citation. Received : 11 January Accepted : 03 May Published : 03 June Issue Date : February Search SpringerLink Search. Abstract Pararectal and obturator hernias are relatively rare and typically affect elderly emaciated women.

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Pararectal and Obturator Hernias as Incidental Findings on Gynecologic Laparoscopy

Clinical diagnosis of pararectal masses remains a challenge to this day. Despite the availability of advanced imaging facilities, we often fail to reach a definitive diagnosis and have to resort to surgery. Clinical examination of this patient was suggestive of a pelvic floor hernia. However, radiological investigations were suggestive of an ischiorectal abscess. In view of lack of radiological corroboration of clinical findings, patient underwent diagnostic laparoscopy which ruled out a hernia. A wide local excision of the mass was performed, which on histopathology with immunohistochemistry examination revealed an aggressive pararectal angiomyxoma. However, it does not infiltrate surrounding organs.

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Pararectal and obturator hernias as incidental findings on gynecologic laparoscopy

Pararectal and obturator hernias are relatively rare and typically affect elderly emaciated women. They are difficult to diagnose preoperatively. A gynecologist may come across such hernias as a secondary finding during laparoscopy. Such findings are expected to increase with the aging population. We present two cases and the technique to treat them. This site needs JavaScript to work properly. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features!

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Predrag Milosevic 1 , Marija Kolinovic 1. This retrospective study included patients who underwent surgical treatment for abdominal wall hernia during a 5-year period from Data gender, age, localization and type of hernia and some other characteristics, operative technique, type of anesthesia were obtained from medical documentation and statistically analyzed. Total number of surgicaly treated hernias was Indirect hernias were more frequent. Umbilical hernias were more common in men while infraumbilical hernias were more frequent in female patients. Primary hernias were more common in male patients while postoperative hernias were more frequent in women.

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