Anatomical differentiation of direct and indirect inguinal hernias: Is it worthwhile in the modern era?

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The study aimed to assess the clinical accuracy of differentiating direct and indirect inguinal hernias preoperatively by different grades of surgeons. A retrospective audit was conducted over a 9-year period and comprised all adult inguinal hernia patients operated by one consultant surgeon. The hernias were differentiated into direct and indirect hernias… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/ca.21022

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@article{Sanjay2010AnatomicalDO, title={Anatomical differentiation of direct and indirect inguinal hernias: Is it worthwhile in the modern era?}, author={Pandanaboyana Sanjay and Jennifer L. Fulke and Irshad Ahammed A. Shaikh and Alan A. Woodward}, journal={Clinical anatomy}, year={2010}, volume={23 7}, pages={848-50} }