Definition of Hernias

1. Noun. (plural of hernia) ¹



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Definition of Hernias

1. hernia [n] - See also: hernia

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hernias

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
hernial
hernial aneurysm
hernial sac
hernias (current term)
herniate
herniated
herniated disc
herniated disk
herniated nucleus pulposus
herniates
herniating
herniation
herniation of nucleus pulposus
herniations
hernio-
hernioenterotomy
herniography
hernioid

Literary usage of Hernias

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1. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1912)
"The small number (sixteen cases) of femoral hernias which we were able to collect, as compared to inguinal hernias, confirms the now accepted but previously ..."

2. The Science and Art of Midwifery by William Thompson Lusk (1890)
"Femoral and inguinal uterine hernias, as well as hernias through the foramen ovale and the great sacro-sciatic foramen, also occur. ..."

3. The Journal of Medical Research by American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists (1908)
"Multiple hernias of the brain following increased intracra- nial pressure are ... In extreme cases these hernias have perforated the bones of the vault. ..."

4. Medical gynecology by Samuel Wyllis Bandler (1914)
"VAGINAL hernias While they do not constitute affections which markedly affect the comfort of the patient, vaginal hernias, especially the two common forms ..."

5. Transactions of the American Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (1911)
"THE mere fact of two hernias, whether existing or coexisting in the same patient, ... Ferguson reports operating twelve hernias for a patient at one time. ..."

6. General History of the Christian Religion and Church by August Neander (1854)
"Yet it may be very much doubted whether the hernias of the Apostle Paul was really its author ; although the other tradition, also, (cited in the poem ..."

7. Landmarks in the History of Early Christianity by Kirsopp Lake (1922)
"He says: "In several passages hernias speaks of a small circle of six superior angels. It is legitimate to look for a reason for his choice of this ..."

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