A hernia’s visibility makes it much easier to diagnose. In order to see the hernia when it is “out,” the doctor can ask you to cough or bear down.
Testing performed on a regular basis to assess which part of the body is pushing through the muscle.and also to find if the hernia is wide enough to cause more than the lining of the abdominal cavity to bulge through.
Hernias rarely improve on their own, and surgery is the sole option for treatment.
Hernia surgery can be performed in one of three ways:
Open surgery: An open surgery is one in which a cut is made into the body at the hernia’s location. The projecting tissue is sewn back together, and the weakening muscular wall is reattached. To give additional support, a sort of mesh is sometimes implanted in the area.
Laparoscopic surgery : The same types of repairs are made during laparoscopic surgery. Instead of a cut to the outside of the abdomen or groyne, microscopic incisions are made to allow surgical tools to be inserted and the treatment to be completed.
Robotic hernia repair: Robotic hernia repair, like laparoscopic surgery, is done through small incisions and employs a laparoscope. The surgeon performs robotic surgery while seated at a console in the operating room, where he or she controls the surgical instruments. Robotic surgery can now be utilised to repair the abdominal wall, in addition to treating minor hernias or weak sections.
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