Relating to or described by Spigelius.
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Surgeons and other medical specialists from Germany and other European countries address the anatomy of the anterior abdominal wall, the definition and terminology of hernia, diagnosis, the history of hernia surgery, repair principles and materials, hernia biomechanics, biological meshes, anesthesia, and pediatric hernia; adult inguinal hernia indications, choice of procedure, and techniques; special hernias, including female hernias, sportsman's groin, sliding hernia, recurrent hernia, umbilical hernia, femoral hernia, rare hernias, spigelian hernia, and internal hernias; incisional hernias and techniques; complications; and outcome research and training in hernia surgery.
The syndrome of Spigelian hernia and cryptorchidism: A review of paediatric literature.
This report aims to point out the uncommon presentation of a Spigelian hernia during infancy, which is considered in general as an adulthood problem.
Karin on duvari fitiklari, konjenital - primer (epigastrik, umblikal ve Spigelian) ve kazanilmis - sekonder (kesi yeri fitiklari) olarak iki gruba ayrilirlar.
It includes umbilical, paraumbilical, epigastric, spigelian and incisional hernias.
There, the antimesenteric side of the ileum was herniated (Richter's hernia) through a defect in the abdominal wall located in the inferior third of the left semilunar line (Spigelian hernia).
Ventral hernias include incisional and primary defects in the abdominal fascia which can cause umbilical, epigastric or spigelian hernias.
The current relative order of the various hernia repair types is as follows in decreasing frequency: inguinal, umbilical, epigastric, incisional, paraumbilical, femoral, and rare forms, for example, spigelian [1].
reported a case of perforated sigmoid diverticulum in a Spigelian hernia causing a necrotizing fasciitis [12].
Spigelian hernia is a rare type of ventral hernias with nonspecific symptoms and signs.
Diagnoses included inguinal, femoral, Spigelian, and umbilical hernias.
Epigastric, suprapubic, umbilical, port site, Spigelian and lateral