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Hernia reduction en masse.

American Surgeon 1977 September
A case of hernia reduction en masse is reviewed. Discussion of the pathogenesis, diagnosis, and operative approach suggests that the use of taxis in the reduction of incarcerated hernia should be tempered by awareness of potential complications including mass reduction. Diagnosis is by history with the persistence of intestinal obstruction after reduction is a key feature. A preperitoneal approach is recommended for facility of reduction, resection, and anatomic hernia repair.

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