Reply To: Direct and indirect hernia
Tank you dear drtowfigh for the attention and precise answer, really a great help to the knowledge
At this point we only have to understand the concept of ‘poorly symptomatic’.
The most common symptoms are pain and swelling
In the absence of pain and growing swelling, we may perhaps define as a “slightysymptomatic” hernia
Emerging from the force of gravity with the upright position or by the intraddominal pressure (for example, during urination on awakening), but which can be reduced through the use of the restraint band, can it be repositioned in the seat, and spontaneously disappear into the supine position?
In the absence of pain, and being able to perform any daily and physiological movement and activity without disturbances, can we define such a hernia as being “slightly symptomatic”?