Congenital hernia

Congenital hernia

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Congenital abdominal hernia occurs when the abdominal wall or diaphragm is underdeveloped.

  • Congenital hernia- anatomical concept. Its first manifestations can occur not only in early childhood, but also in adults (especially in congenital inguinal hernia). This is explained by the fact that a small part of the abdominal wall becomes a hernial ring only under the action of a provoking factor — an increase in intra-abdominal pressure, often caused by weight lifting.
  • This group includes congenital inguinal and diaphragmatic hernia.
  • Congenital inguinal hernia in babies is only oblique. The insides when they enter the inguinal canal outwards from the lateral inguinal fold and pass obliquely through the inguinal canal. There is no medical treatment for hernia. Attempts to enhance the development of connective tissue collagen in the form of taking vitamins cannot cure a hernia. On the other hand, enhanced intake of vitamins, especially vitamin C in the postoperative period, may be useful for improving the quality of developing scar tissue and possible prevention of relapse.


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