A rare case of adult ovarian hernia in MRKH syndrome - BJR
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An inguinal hernia is the most common hernia occurring in adult population. It is relatively uncommon in female and occurs in less than 5% of females. In adult females, indirect hernias occur more frequently than direct hernias and are typically seen during the 4th–6th decade. Mostly inguinal hernial sac contains omentum or small bowel but caecum, appendix and sigmoid colon are seen at times and urinary bladder may also protrude as content...

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