[ US /ˈhɝniə/ ]
[ UK /hˈɜːniɐ/ ]
  1. rupture in smooth muscle tissue through which a bodily structure protrudes
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How To Use hernia In A Sentence

  • Sometimes, they can detect the plastic implanted in my abdomen to repair a hernia from a prior surgery, but other times the miss the plastic. Discourse.net: Former Asst Police Chief Gives TSA a Failing Grade
  • Umbilical hernias occur more often in premature infants and those of African American descent.
  • A hiatus hernia is when part of the stomach squeezes through a gap in the diaphragm. The Sun
  • During one particularly intense session of meditation, the patient had a vivid recollection of being three years old, and suffering a severe double hernial rupture, caused by a weakening of the muscles in the pelvic region. Meditation as Medicine
  • Computed tomography showed a large anterior abdominal wall hernia containing distended bowel loops.
  • Men younger than 18 years, those with recurrent or incarcerated herniae, and those with scrotal diseases (tumor, orchitis) were excluded from the study.
  • Avoid this if you have a hiatus hernia as it may cause uncomfortable burning. Stay Well This Winter
  • Other stomach troubles came out of it, such as hiatal hernia, dizziness, extreme inflammation possible heart problems. Inflammation and diet | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.
  • Pulmonary arteriole muscularization in lambs with diaphragmatic hernia after combined tracheal occlusion/glucocorticoid therapy. CHOP congenital diaphragmatic hernia publications
  • Discussing the associated relations among the signal intensities of lumbar disc on T2-weighted MRI, age, intervertebral space and disc herniation.
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