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Q1: What abnormality is shown and what is the diagnosis?
Q2: How do you manage this problem?
The management of this condition is in two parts:
(A) Repair of the inguinal hernia, which is the main cause of the pain, using a form of wire mesh to reinforce the posterior wall of the inguinal canal to prevent recurrence of the hernia.1
Q3: What complications may arise during the management of such patients?
If the surgeon is unaware of the possibility of herniated bladder forming hernial sac, the bladder may be inadvertently damaged during the hernia repair.
The treatment of this condition depends on the diagnosis and divided into two parts: repair of the hernia and repair of the diverticulum (see answer to question 2 above).
Herniation of the bladder.