Laparoscopic management of incarcerated broad ligament hernia in a patient with bilateral parametrium defects – a video vignette

@article{Ozben2020LaparoscopicMO,
  title={Laparoscopic management of incarcerated broad ligament hernia in a patient with bilateral parametrium defects – a video vignette},
  author={Volkan Ozben and Zumrud Aliyeva and Erol Barbur and Ibrahim Guler and Tayfun Karahasanoğlu and Bilgi Baca},
  journal={Colorectal Disease},
  year={2020},
  volume={22}
}
Small bowel obstruction through a defect in the broad ligament is an uncommon, challenging entity and accounts for 4-7% of internal hernia. Preoperative diagnosis is generally difficult due to its vague clinical presentation. Furthermore, the presence of bilateral broad ligament defects is extremely rare, and reportedly, this condition has been described in only eight cases since 1950. 
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