A Rare Case of De Garengeot Hernia: A Challenging Diagnosis and a New Approach
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Comments: “Diagnostic” has been changed to “Diagnosis” in the title to frame the title appropriately.
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Comments: The Conclusion states that De Garengeot’s hernia is a rare entity whose diagnosis is challenging. This further illustrates the appropriate surgical procedure for performing appendectomy and mesh repair and proposes the double surgical approach for laparoscopic appendectomy and hernia repair. Lastly, it highlights that the proposed procedure is the first reported approach in literature.
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· Heading “Article” is changed to “Case Presentation” to categorize the manuscript under appropriate heading.
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Comments: This manuscript describes a case of a 48-year-old female with a rare clinical presentation of a De Garengeot hernia. Later clinical examination performed revealed appendicitis with a stercolith in a femoral hernia. This further provides a new surgical approach to perform appendectomy and hernia repair with the least contamination of the groin.
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Corresponding AuthorSleiman Marwan Julien
Division of Digestive Surgery, Department of Surgery, University Hospital of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland
Article TypeCase Report
Publication historyReceived: Tue 06, Apr 2021
Accepted: Tue 20, Apr 2021
Published: Mon 03, May 2021
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