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Inguinal Hernia - Medical Animation
 
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Inguinal Hernia - Medical Animation
The surgical repair of a direct, strangulated inguinal hernia using a laparoscope is depicted. The surgery consists of the placement of the laparoscopic devices, location of the herniated abdominal mass, and placement of mesh graft to strengthen the fascia of the abdominal wall.

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