What is a ventricle hernia

A ventricular hernia is when the atrium protrudes into the ventricle of the heart causing problems with blood flow. 4 people found this useful.

What is a ventral hernia?

A hernia occurs when there is a hole in the muscles of the abdominal wall, allowing a loop of intestine or abdominal tissue to push through the muscle layer. A ventral hernia is a hernia that occurs at any location along the midline (vertical center) of the abdomen wall.

What is ventral abdominal wall?

A ventral (abdominal) hernia refers to any protrusion of intestine or other tissue through a weakness or gap in the abdominal wall.

What is ventral disease?

About Ventral Hernias. A ventral hernia occurs when a weak spot in the abdomen enables abdominal tissue or an organ (such as an intestine) to protrude through a cavity muscle area. These hernias are visibly identified by a bulge in the belly area.

Can a ventral hernia heal on its own?

Ventral hernias can appear as a congenital defect at birth, or develop over a period of time resulting from factors such as pregnancy, abdominal surgery, or long-term stress on the abdominal muscles. Ventral hernias cannot heal on their own.

What does a hernia feel like?

When you have an inguinal hernia, you may feel like: Pressure, weakness, or heaviness in the abdomen. Burning, gurgling or aching where the bulge is located. Discomfort or pain in the affected area, especially when lifting, coughing, or bending over.

What is a rare hernia?

A Spigelian hernia is a very rare type of ventral abdominal wall hernia. They occur below the umbilicus in a specific area known as the Spieghel’s semilunar line, through the Spieghel’s fascia. This hernia is very difficult to diagnose since it works its way in between the muscle layers of the abdominal wall and does not surface just below the skin.

What are the symptoms of a herniated bowel?

The symptoms of this include:

  • redness and tenderness at the site
  • fever
  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • sudden abdominal painthat quickly gets worse
  • bloating
  • a hernia bulge that looks red, purple or dark
  • inability to open your bowels or pass wind

Which hernia is also called an incisional hernia?

A ventral hernia is a sac (pouch) formed from the inner lining of your belly (abdomen) that pushes through a hole in the abdominal wall. Ventral hernias often occur at the site of an old surgical cut (incision). This type of hernia is also called incisional hernia.