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Hernias generally share the same general characteristic: a weakness or gap in the muscle layer that can allow tissue normally contained by the muscles to push through. Depending on the type and severity, hernias can be a mild irritation or a life-threatening condition requiring emergency surgery.


Hiatal Hernias

Incisional Hernias

Inguinal Hernias

Sports Hernias

Umbilical Hernia

Ventral Hernia

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