Hernia Test 1
The hernia sac is a sac-like structure that houses the organs or tissues of a hernia in the abdominal wall. The following structures make up the hernia sac:
The peritoneum is a vast membrane that links and supports internal organs in the abdominal cavity. It is made up of many folds that run between and around the various organs.
Anterior and ventral in humans are:
The front of the body is called ventral, whereas the back is called dorsal. Anterior and posterior are other synonyms for these words. The terms "ventral" and "dorsal" are used differently in different areas of the body.
When the blood flow to and from an ______ hernia is totally cut off, the trapped tissue is completely compressed.
When an incarcerated hernia is not treated, strangulation can ensue. The gut's blood supply can be cut off, resulting in "strangulation" of the intestine. This is a life-threatening situation. If you feel you have an incarcerated or strangulated inguinal hernia, seek medical help right once.
The_________ , a white vertical tendon-like line of connective tissue generated by the junction of muscle fibers and extending along the midline of the abdomen, connects the two rectus abdominus muscles.
The linea alba ('white line' in Latin) is a tendinous, fibrous raphe that runs vertically through the center of the abdomen. The rectus abdominis muscles are separated by it, which runs from the inferior limit of the sternum to the pubis. Externally, it appears as a longitudinal, shallow groove in leaner, more muscular individuals.
The cecum, colon, rectum, and anal canal make up the small intestine.
Small intestine is made up of the duodenum, jejunum, and ileum
Separation of components entails releasing:
Component separation is a technique for covering midline abdominal wall abnormalities like a big ventral hernia. Subcutaneous lateral dissection, fasciotomy lateral to the rectus abdominis muscle, and dissection in the plane between the external and internal oblique muscles with medial advancement of the block that includes the rectus muscle and its fascia are all used in this surgical procedure.
A thin, translucent, and sinewy sheet of fibrous connective tissue that connects muscles to other tissues is referred to as:
Layers of delicate, thin sheaths make up an aponeurosis. Tendons allow the body to move and be flexible, whereas aponeuroses provide strength and stability. Fascia can be formed by aponeuroses.
There are three different forms of congenital ventral hernias.
An omaphlocele is a central umbilical defect in which the intestines herniate through the abdominal defect at the umbilicus into a sac covered by peritoneum, and an amniotic membrane gastroschisis is a small paraumbilical defect in which the intestines herniate through the abdominal defect at the umbilicus into a sac covered by peritoneum. An amniotic membrane gastroschisis is a small paraumbilical defect in which the intestines do
A path that grows abnormally between organs, cavaties, and/or skin is known as:
A fistula is an improper connection between two body cavities (such as the rectum and the vagina) or between a body cavity and the skin (such as the rectum to the skin). A fistula is an irregular connection between an organ and another structure that can develop as a result of an abscess, or pocket of pus in the body.