Sites that specialize in educating the public on hernias, such as California Hernia Specialists and No Insurance Surgery, feature photos of inguinal hernias. However, it is more convenient to find illustrated images of i... More »

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The websites of several medical institutions, such as Victorian Obesity Surgery Centres, University of North Carolina’s School of Medicine and University of Virginia’s School of Medicine, provide pictures of hiatal herni... More »

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Hernia surgery is typically needed because it is possible for the blood supply to the hernia to get cut off, according to WebMD. This "strangulated hernia" sometimes becomes infected, and organ tissue dies. Complications... More »

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Inguinal hernia repair is necessary when a loop of the intestine becomes trapped or strangulated; hernias that are painless and able to be pushed back into the abdomen do not require surgical repair unless other problems... More »

Surgery is required to remove mesh from a previous hernia surgery, and a doctor should evaluate the need for removal, according to No Insurance Surgery. Generally, mesh removal surgery is only recommended for people with... More »

Surgery is the only treatment for an inguinal hernia, and it is recommended by many doctors because it prevents strangulation of the intestine, explains WebMD. The risk of strangulation does not increase with time, and s... More »

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