Femorocele; Enteromerocele; Crural hernia
Hernias generally get larger with time, and they usually do not go away on their own. Surgery may be done to repair a femoral hernia.
Surgery will relieve discomfort. Also, if the hernia is not treated, there is a risk of tissue getting stuck or trapped in the weak area (called incarceration). This tissue may die off if it remains incarerated for too long.
Often, a piece of plastic mesh is surgically placed to repair the defect in...Read more
My doctor has recommended that I have my hiatal hernia repaired. I am waiting to see a surgeon. Is this a good idea, and what should I ask... Read more »
There are both surgical and non-surgical alternatives to ankle replacement surgery. First line treatments for arthritis of the ankle are... Read more »