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An Unusual Case of Right Transmesocolic Hernia with Ureter at the Neck of Sac

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The purpose of the present article is to present an unusual case of internal herniation. In this case small bowl obstruction was due to congenital right trans-mesocolic hernia which had the right ureter at the neck of the sac forming a constriction band. This requires careful widening of neck of hernia, so as to avoid iatrogenic trauma to ureter. This unusual presentation needs dissemination as this type of internal hernia is extremely rare.

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M. Gond, A. Saxena, P. Agarwal, U. Somashekar and D. Sharma, "An Unusual Case of Right Transmesocolic Hernia with Ureter at the Neck of Sac," Surgical Science, Vol. 2 No. 6, 2011, pp. 341-343. doi: 10.4236/ss.2011.26073.

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