TRAUMATIC SMALL BOWEL PERFORATION WITH PERITONITIS IN A CASE OF INGUINO-SCROTAL HERNIA: A CASE REPORT
Akshay Sharma, *Pranav Pandoh, Dinesh Sood, Deeksha Sharma and Ravi Dogra
Abdominal hernias can be complicated by blunt trauma. Inguino-scrotal hernias being the most common type of abdominal hernias are most prone to blunt trauma. Hollow viscus perforation with resulting peritonitis is an uncommon but important complication of traumatic inguino-scrotal hernias. Imaging plays an important role in diagnosing such patients and prevent development of further complications by timely management.
Keywords: Inguino-scrotal, hernia, blunt trauma, perforation, peritonitis.
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