Items tagged “internal hernia”

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Petersen hernia

Petersen hernias are internal hernias which occur in the potential space posterior to a gastrojejunostomy. This hernia is caused by the herniation of intestinal loops through the defect between the small bowel limbs, the transverse mesocolon and the retroperitoneum, after any type of gastrojejun...
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Internal hernias due to gastric bypass surgery

Internal hernias due to gastric bypass surgery are more common after laparoscopic gastric bypass than after an open procedure.  Clinical presentation It is a particularly sinister complication with variable, nonspecific clinical presentations. Most patients report a combination of postprandial...
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Petersen hernia

 Diagnosis probable
Dr Bruno Di Muzio
Published 19 Jun 2011
71% complete
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Pericaecal internal hernia

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Chris O'Donnell
Published 29 Oct 2012
62% complete
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Foramen of Winslow (lesser sac) internal hernia

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Mohammad Taghi Niknejad
Published 20 Nov 2012
92% complete
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Transmesenteric internal hernia

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Saeed Soltany Hosn
Published 10 Mar 2013
65% complete
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Cecal internal hernia through the foramen of Winslow

 Diagnosis almost certain
Melbourne Uni Radiology Masters
Published 06 May 2016
77% complete
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Left paraduodenal internal hernia

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Ryan Logan Webb
Published 22 Mar 2017
80% complete
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Transomental hernia

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Maxymyshyn Nazar
Published 16 Oct 2018
87% complete
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