A Strangulated Right Inguinal Hernia Containing the Transverse Colon: An Unusual Case Report

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Abdulaziz Aldhafar
Adel Mohammed
Mufeed Alwabari
Raghad Aldhafar

Abstract

A strangulated inguinal hernia is a common diagnosis in patients presenting with a painful groin mass. The sac of inguinal hernia mostly contains omentum or the small bowel. However, It may sometime contain an unusual content that affects surgical management. This is a rare case of strangulated right inguinal hernia containing the transverse colon and its surgical management.

Keywords:
Inguinal hernia, strangulated hernia, unusual hernia content

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Aldhafar, A., Mohammed, A., Alwabari, M., & Aldhafar, R. (2020). A Strangulated Right Inguinal Hernia Containing the Transverse Colon: An Unusual Case Report. Asian Journal of Case Reports in Surgery, 5(4), 10-13. Retrieved from https://journalajcrs.com/index.php/AJCRS/article/view/30170
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Case Report

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