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Michael  Williamson, MD
Ultrasound of Hernias
Michael Williamson, MD
11/13/2016 | Time : 19 min
About This Lecture:

In this hernias lecture, the speaker discusses the process of diagnosing hernias and the sonographic appearance of the numerous types of hernias. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant will have an understanding of the anatomy of the inguinal region, be able to interpret an ultrasound of a hernia, and discuss the sonographic appearance of femoral, indirect, direct, Spigelian, umbilical and incisional hernias.

Topics mentioned in this video : Normal anatomy, Terminology, Cause associations of hernias, Femoral hernia, Indirect hernia, Direct hernia, Spigelian hernia, Umbilical hernia, Repair complications, Scanning techniques

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Keywords : Canal of Nuck, direct hernia, femoral artery, femoral canal, femoral hernia, femoral vein, Hesselbach's triangle, incarcerated hernia, indirect hernia, inferior epigastric artery, inguinal canal, inguinal hernia, inguinal ligament, non-reducible hernia, rectus abdominus, reducible hernia, spermatic canal, spigelian hernia, strangulated hernia, superficial ring, umbilical hernia, valsalva maneuver

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