What Are the Most Common Symptoms of a Strangulated Hernia?

Abdominal internal organs or tissues that leave the normal anatomical site and protrude to other sites through congenital or acquired channels or weak areas are called abdominal hernias, which are divided into extra-abdominal hernias and intra-abdominal hernias. Strangulated hernia refers to the failure of the inguinal hernia due to the elastic contraction of the capsular neck to be relieved in time, resulting in intestinal artery blood flow disturbance or even complete blockage, and rapid development of intestinal wall necrosis.


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