This is a rare case where the patient had a history of severe pain abdomen. There was no specific diagnosis made on the basis of examination and investigations. The patient was prepared for a Diagnostic Laparoscopy procedure. During the surgery, it was found that a foreign body had pierced the appendix/small intestine. The foreign body was found to be fish bone which got stuck due to ingestion of fish a few days ago.
From fertilization to delivery, pregnancy requires a number of steps in a woman's body. One of these steps is when a fertilized egg travels to the uterus to attach itself. In the case of an ectopic pregnancy, the fertilized egg doesn't attach to the uterus. Instead, it may attach to the fallopian tube, abdominal cavity, or cervix.
A herniorrhaphy refers to the surgical repair of a hernia, in which a surgeon repairs the weakness in your abdominal wall. A hernia occurs when a weak area in the muscles of your abdominal wall allows an internal part of your body to push through. ... This procedure is referred to as a hernioplasty.