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Gastroenterology | Medicine (MD/DO) School Study Aid


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Acquired Diaphragmatic Hernia
Etiology
Trauma
Clinical Features
Bowel in the Chest
Respiratory Distress
Abdominal Pain
Diagnosis
Chest X-ray
CT Scan
Management
Surgery
Considerations
Bowel Incarceration or Perforation
Avoid Chest Tube
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Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
Clinical Features
Bowel in the Chest
Pulmonary Hypoplasia
Respiratory Distress
Classification
Bochdalek Hernia
Morgagni Hernia
Diagnostic Workup
Chest X-ray
Ultrasound
Treatment
Corticosteroids ± Surfactant
Mechanical Ventilation
Surgery
Considerations
Bowel Incarceration or Perforation
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Types of Hernias
Hiatal
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)
Inguinal
Men
Femoral
Women
Incisional
Umbilical
Consideration
Strangulation
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Hernia Interventions
Reduce Intra Abdominal Pressure
Avoid Straining and Lifting
Open Mouth Sneezing
Excision
Herniorrhaphy
Hernioplasty
Consideration
Scrotal Support
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