In both instances, the stomach, colon, and omentum form the hernial protrusions.
In one case it was found wound about the ileum; in another, spirally turned at its end and lightly adherent to a hernial sac.
Lautschner thinks that the pylorus was bent in the hernial sac so as to be obstructed.
hernial protrusion of a portion of a bursa is sometimes seen after injuries of bursae.
It is often stated that a ganglion originates from a hernial protrusion of the synovial membrane of a joint or tendon sheath.
Towards the centre of the body a hernial protrusion of the uterine horns and intestine had taken place.
The peritoneum of hydrocele and hernial sacs and of the omentum readily lends itself to transplantation.
hernia her·ni·a (hûr'nē-ə)
n. pl. her·ni·as
The protrusion of an organ or other bodily structure through the wall that normally contains it.