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According to the definition given by Fruchaud, groin hernia refers to any hernia of the inguinofemoral region. All of these hernias result essentially from weakness of the fascia transversalis in the same deep zone, i. e., the myopectineal orifice, and thus require management based on common principles of surgical repair. This chapter is devoted to classical inguinal and femoral hernia in adults. The reader should consult Chap.9 for a discussion of hernia in children.

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Inguinal Hernia Spermatic Cord Femoral Hernia Groin Hernia Fascia Transversalis 
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