strangulated hernia

noun
  1. a hernia, especially of the intestine, that swells and constricts the blood supply of the herniated part, resulting in obstruction and gangrene.
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strangulated hernia in Medicine

strangulated hernia

[strănggyə-lā′tĭd]
n.
  1. An irreducible hernia in which normal blood supply is arrested.
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