Which type of hernia does not have an sac?

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Slidiing hiatal Hernia

It's a tricky question Answer can be multiple 1) Herniation of cerebellar tonsils in raised intracranial pressure 2) Muscle hernias are focal herniations of muscle tissue through a defect in its fascial sheath. They are most commonly found in the lower extremity. 3) Herniation of intervertebral disc A herniated disc occurs when the fibrous outer portion of the disc ruptures or tears, and the jelly-like core squeezes out

Sliding Lipoma. An Indirect Inguinal Hernia Without a Peritoneal Sac.. surgeons have now recognized that the peritoneal sac is sometimes absent in patients who present with a reducible inguinal hernia. Sliding lipoma refers to a sliding herniation of preperitoneal fat into the inguinal canal forming a reducible indirect inguinal hernia in the absence of a peritoneal sac.

Sliding hernia and any small hernia could be sac less..very small umbilical or para umbilical hernia

SLIDING LOPOMA PREPERITONEAL FAT SLIDING IN TO THE INGUINAL REGION IS WITHOUT PERITONEAL SAC

Sliding lipoma in inguinal region without peritoneal sac

IT'S A.. SLIDING HIATAL HERNIA..

Tnx Dr Vipin Bihari Jain
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Sliding hiatal hernia

Sliding hiatal hernia

Sliding hernia

Thank you,Doctor
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