Intra peritoneal ascending colon in parastomal hernial sac

Moorat Singh Yadav, Zeeshanuddin Ahmad, Apoorv Sharma, Swapnil Wankhede, Pradeep Saxena

Abstract


The rate of parastomal hernia reported varies from 5% to 80%. It forms when the abdominal wall defect is continually stretched by the tangential forces applied along the circumference of the abdominal wall opening. The presence of parastomal hernia along with intraperitoneal ascending colon, caecum and terminal ileum along with ileal perforation is a rare entity.


Keywords


Parastomal hernia, Ascending colon, Laparotomy

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