Definition of Herniae

1. Noun. (irregular plural of hernia) ¹



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Definition of Herniae

1. hernia [n] - See also: hernia

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Herniae

hermitries
hermitry
hermits
hermodactyl
hermodactyls
herms
hern
hernani
hernanis
hernia
hernia en bissac
hernia knife
hernia of the broad ligament of the uterus
hernia repair
hernia uteri inguinale
herniae (current term)
hernial
hernial aneurysm
hernial sac
hernias
herniate
herniated
herniated disc
herniated disk
herniated nucleus pulposus
herniates
herniating
herniation
herniation of nucleus pulposus
herniations

Literary usage of Herniae

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1. The American Gynaecological and Obstetrical Journal (1897)
"Concerning the predisposing and exciting causes of umbilical herniae, the essayist's statement contains the usually accepted facts. ..."

2. Surgical Operations: A Handbook for Students and Practitioners by Friedrich Pels-Leusder (1912)
"(Large herniae of the umbilical cord, which often contain the greater part of ... Such herniae, especially when postoperative, may be closed without opening ..."

3. Manual of operative surgery by John Fairbairn Binnie (1905)
"This short chapter has been written to direct the attention of the junior surgeon to the probable sites of internal herniae. The author believes that ..."

4. What to observe at the bed-side and after death in medical cases by London Medical Society of Observation (1853)
"External characters:—Position : in relation to general cavity of the abdomen, to adjoining parts and organs; in herniae; in cavity of thorax. ..."

5. Saint Louis Medical and Surgical Journal (1890)
"Ovarian herniae.—At the late meeting of the British Medical Association Mr. Thomas More ... Ass.) that ovarian herniae are amongst the most neglected, ..."

6. Diseases of the Intestines by Ismar Boas, Seymour Basch (1901)
"Strangulation from Internal herniae According to Leichtenstern, internal herniae are those which lie either entirely within the abdominal or thoracic ..."

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