Any condition that is repeated is called recurrent hernia. Inguinal hernias occur in the groin. They constitute the majority of all abdominal hernias of the wall and are overwhelmingly male affection. An indirect inguinal hernia follows the line of the abdomen into the scrotum, the testicles made during fetal development. This road usually closes at an early stage of fetal development, but continues to be a welcoming place for hernia later in life. direct inguinal hernia produces slightly on the side of the abdomen, wherein the abdominal wall is by design thinner. Middle-aged men and the elderly are particularly at risk of direct inguinal hernia because the abdominal wall weaken with age.
Femoral hernias, secondly, occur more often in women than in men. They occur when a part of the intestine pushed through the femoral canal (where the femoral artery, the vein and the nerve in the abdomen and leg). epigastric hernia (also known as the ventral hernias) occur between the navel and ribs in line with the average of the abdomen. Normally, epigastric hernias are not projecting members adipose tissue instead. eventration result of abdominal surgery, when it was introduced a defect in the abdominal wall, which in turn produces a hernia. This type of hernia occurs rarely after a routine abdominal surgery, and may recur even after surgical repair later.
Umbilical hernias are fairly common, especially in children and occurs when the abdominal wall is weakened in the navel. Small hernias such children often resolve; require major surgery. Later in life, mothers and pregnant women are at risk for this type of hernia because of pregnancy and the birth of emphasis on the region.
Spiegel hernias are rare and occur along the edge of the fascia of the abdominal musculature via Spiegel, a layer of fibrous tissue in the direction of the abdomen.