Original article| Volume 32, ISSUE 1, P107, April 1936

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Repair of certain type of hernia

Hernial sac used as suture material
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      A method for the repair of a certain type of inguinal hernia using the hernial sac as suture material has been described. There were 12 cases completely successful and one partially successful
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