A case of inferior lumbar hernia

Vidhyasagar M. Sharma, Sushil D. Akruwala, Shashank Desai, Rajendra I. Dave

Abstract


In this article we report a case of inferior lumbar hernia. The patient underwent preperitoneal meshplasty. The patient is well on follow up with no recurrence. The relevant literature has been reviewed and management discussed in brief.


Keywords


Lumbar hernia, Preperitoneal, Meshplasty

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