Three cases of cancer presenting at inguinal hernia repair are described. The importance of the awareness of this possibility is emphasized, and one finger routine mini-laparotomy exploration is recommended. In suspicious cases further access via epigastric vessel division is also recommended as is the value of histological examination of the hernial sac.
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