Laparoscopy Identifies Unexpected Groin Hernias

Crawford, David L.; Hiatt, Jonathan R.
October 1998
American Surgeon;Oct1998, Vol. 64 Issue 10, p976
Academic Journal
Evaluates the accuracy of laparoscopic preoperative clinical diagnoses of unexpected groin hernias. Clinical diagnoses during initial evaluation; Accuracy of diagnoses; Incorrect diagnoses; Sensitivity and specificity of procedure.


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