reducible hernia

reducible hernia
a hernia that can be returned to its proper place by manipulation.

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  • hernia — hernial, adj. /herr nee euh/, n., pl. hernias, herniae / nee ee /. Pathol. the protrusion of an organ or tissue through an opening in its surrounding walls, esp. in the abdominal region. Cf. hiatus hernia, strangulated hernia. [1350 1400; ME < L …   Universalium

  • reducible — Capable of being reduced. * * * re·duc·ible ri d(y)üs ə bəl adj capable of being reduced <a reducible hernia> re·duc·i·bil·i·ty ri .d(y)üs ə bil ət ē n, pl ties * * * re·du·ci·ble (re dooґsĭ bəl) capable of being reduced …   Medical dictionary

  • Hernia — Classification and external resources Frontal chest X ray showing a hernia of Morgagni ICD 10 K …   Wikipedia

  • Hernia — A general term referring to a protrusion of a tissue through the wall of the cavity in which it is normally contained. More specifically, a hernia often refers to an opening or weakness in the muscular structure of the wall of the abdomen. This… …   Medical dictionary

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  • Umbilical hernia — ICDO = OMIM = MedlinePlus = 000987 eMedicineSubj = eMedicineTopic = MeshID = D006554Umbilical hernia is a congenital malformation, especially common in infants of African descent, [cite web |url=… …   Wikipedia

  • irreducible — 1. Not reducible; incapable of being made smaller. 2. In chemistry, incapable of being made simpler, or of being replaced, hydrogenated, or reduced in positive charge. * * * ir·re·duc·ible .ir i d(y)ü sə bəl adj impossible to bring into a desired …   Medical dictionary

  • Wells [2] — Wells, Sir Thomas Spencer, Mediziner, geb. 3. Febr. 1818 in St. Albans, gest. 31. Jan. 1897 in Antibes, studierte in Dublin, Leeds und London, wurde 1841 Mitglied, 1844 Fellow des Royal College of Surgeons, war dann mehrere Jahre als Wundarzt in… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

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