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Michael  Williamson, MD
Ultrasound of Hernias
Michael Williamson, MD
02/03/2019 | Time : 30 min
About This Lecture:

The speaker discusses the various types of hernias and how to diagnose them. Upon completion of this educational activity the participant should be able to review symptoms and presentations of hernias, recognize the difference between femoral, direct, indirect and Spigelian hernias, recognize what a sports hernia is and how to identify it by ultrasound and identify methods to reduce anisotrophy.

Topics mentioned in this video : Anatomy, Causes and associations, Technique, Terminology, Femoral hernia, Indirect hernia, Teefe technique, Direct hernia, Spigelian hernia, Umbilical, Other hernias, Complications of repair

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Keywords : anisotrophy, athletica pubalgia, direct hernia, femoral artery, femoral hernia, femoral vein, hernia neck, hernia, Hesselbach’s triangle, incarcerated hernia, incisional hernia, indirect hernia, inferior epigastric artery, inguinal ligament, non-reducible hernia, reducible hernia, round ligament, spermatic cord, spigelian hernia, sports hernia, strangulated hernia, symphysis pubis, testicualr infarct, umbilical hernia, val salva maneuver

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