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  1. Positive Options for Hiatus Hernia: Self-Help and Treatment (Positive Options for Health) by M.D. Tom Smith, 2001-03-02
  2. The Doctor's Guide to Gastrointestinal Health: Preventing and Treating Acid Reflux, Ulcers, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Diverticulitis, Celiac Disease, Colon ... Pancreatitis, Cirrhosis, Hernias and more by Paul Miskovitz M.D., Marian Betancourt, 2005-03-03
  3. Incisional Hernia (Updates in Surgery) by Feliciano Crovella, Giovanni Bartone, et all 2007-12-12
  4. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Hiatal Hernia: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-08
  5. The Hernia Book: Sound Advice on Symptoms and Treatment by William P., M.D. Homan, 1993-06
  6. Abdominal Wall Hernias: Principles and Management
  7. Hernia Repair Sequelae
  8. The Official Patient's Sourcebook on Inguinal Hernia: A Revised and Updated Directory for the Internet Age by Icon Health Publications, 2002-08
  9. Hiatal Hernia Syndrome: Insidious Link to Major Illness Guide to Healing by Theodore A. Baroody, 1987-06
  10. Hernias and Surgery of the Abdominal Wall
  11. Hiatal Hernia Syndrome
  12. Defeat Inguinal Hernia by Shiv Dua, 2009-02-12
  13. Surviving Laparoscopic Bilateral Hernia Surgery by David W. Boles, 2007-11-23
  14. Coping With a Hernia (Overcoming Common Problems Series) by David Delvin, 1998-08

1. HERNIA INFORMATION HOME PAGE
A comprehensive description of the various types of hernias and the different techniques of hernia repair surgery available.
http://www.hernia.org/
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If you do, then this award-winning* web site will explain what hernias are, and the different ways they can be repaired. * Highest score awarded
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You may be surprised at the WIDE variation in the techniques in use and the different levels of skill and experience around the world and the equally wide variations in the outcomes of surgery. The more you know about hernia, the more likely it is that you will enjoy a safer, better and more reliable repair. There is a great deal of information on this site covering all kinds of hernias, not all of which will interest YOU. However, if you only by-pass the pages on other kinds of hernia, and read the "MAIN" pages carefully, this will inform you about your hernia and how it can be repaired today, if you seek it. This site, the first of its kind on the World Wide Web, gives the most comprehensive information on the subject, provided by the leading specialist unit in the world dealing with tension-free hernia repair surgery. This web site will provide all the answers for your research and, if you have further questions, there is a facility for you to e-mail for further particulars.

2. New Page 1
Provides information about the occurrence and treatment of hernias.
http://www.herniainfo.com/
Welcome to the Hernia Resource Center According to the National Center for Health Statistics, approximately 5 million Americans have hernias. Each year approximately 750,000 seek treatment, yet physician experts believe hundreds of thousands choose to suffer in silence, primarily because they fear painful surgery. If you suspect you, or someone you know has a hernia, but are avoiding treatment because you are worried about the discomfort and recuperation time of surgery, talk with your doctor. There are more Surgical Treatment Options available for hernia repair today than ever before. Hernia repair procedures, such as the Bard PerFix Plug repair and Bard Kugel patch repair, can typically be performed
  • in an outpatient setting using local or epidural anesthesia instead of general anesthesia through one small incision within 30 minutes
Patients typically leave the hospital or surgical center within 1-2 hours after surgery, and in almost all cases, return to normal activities within a few days on average. A hernia can be painful and potentially life threatening. Therefore, it is important to see your doctor if you have signs of a hernia. A list of doctors in your area, who treat hernias using the

3. HERNIA INFORMATION HOME PAGE
A comprehensive description of the various types of hernias and the different techniques of hernia Category Health Conditions and Diseases Intestinal hernias......A comprehensive description of the various types of hernia and the differenttechniques of hernia repair surgery available around the world today.
http://www.hernia.org/&e=747

4. SpringerLink: Hernia - Electronic Edition
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http://link.springer.de/link/service/journals/10029
Editors-in-Chief: V. Schumpelick C.J. Filipi Would you like to automatically receive every new table of contents of Hernia ? Then register with our free-of-charge mail service SpringerLink Alert by checking the appropriate box(es) and entering your email address here: Online First articles
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Official Journal of the:
European Hernia Society (GREPA) American Hernia Society (AHS) Hellenic Hernia Association (HHA)
ISSN 1265-4906 (printed version)
ISSN 1248-9204 (electronic version)

5. Hernia Man
This INTERACTIVE page will allow you to see the kind of hernia you might have.Try it hernia During PREGNANCY. PAEDIATRIC hernia (Children). STOMA hernia.
http://www.hernia.org/manjava.html&e=747

6. Hernia Repair: The National Ambulatory Hernia Institute
Current medical patient on the surgical repair of hernias. Including inguinal, groin, incisional, umbilical, femoral and ventral, by leading hernia surgeons.
http://www.hernia.com
Welcome to The Natonal Ambulatory Hernia Institute, a Center of Excellence for Hernia Repair
The Hernia Center, Hernia Institute, Shouldice Technique modified, hernia repair, hernia surgery, inguinal hernia, incisional hernia, femoral hernia, umbilical hernia, groin hernia, recurrent hernia, primary hernia, direct hernia, indirect hernia, pediatric hernia, laparoscopic hernia repair.

7. Springer LINK Hernia - Electronic Edition
Editorsin-Chief V. Schumpelick, CJ Filipi. Would you like to automatically receiveevery new table of contents of hernia? European hernia Society (GREPA).
http://link.springer.de/link/service/journals/10029/&e=747

8. This Site Has Moved
Demon Webmasters. Please note that this site has been upgraded and can now be found at http//www.hernia.org/ Please update your bookmarks accordingly. If you experience any problems then please contact Demon Webmasters.
http://www.demon.co.uk/herniaInfo
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9. Springer LINK Hernia - Electronic Edition
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10. Midwest Hernia Institute
Offers information about the doctors, hernias, FAQs and contact details. Located in Naperville, Illinois.
http://www.midwesthernia.com
The board certified surgeons at the Midwest Hernia Institute specialize in the use of the Kugel patch and the Composix Kugel patch for hernia repairs. In addition to serving the local population in Northeastern Illinois, the Midwest Hernia Institute attracts patients from around the country with complex hernia problems or patients who desire a hernia repair with a Kugel patch performed by a more experienced surgeon.
Our Mission
The physicians and staff of the Midwest Hernia Institute are committed to providing the best hernia treatment available by combining the best technologies with extensive experience and to advance the field of hernia surgery through research and training of qualified surgeons from around the world.
Company Profile
The Midwest Hernia Institute was founded by board certified general surgeons Dr. Jeff Braxton and Dr. Greg Spitz in 1999. Dr. Braxton trained with Dr. Kugel in Olympia, WA and was the first surgeon to bring the technique to the Midwest in 1996. After rapidly gaining experience, the doctors were asked to become instructors by Surgical Sense, Inc., the company manufacturing the Kugel patch. After Surgical Sense was purchased by Davol, a division of Bard (NYSE: BCR), Dr. Braxton and Dr. Spitz were asked to become a major training site for the Kugel patch and a test site for new hernia technologies. The doctors provide on-site training for surgeons from around the world on a bi-weekly basis and travel internationally to provide hernia training.

11. Hernia Repair The National Ambulatory Hernia Institute
Current medical patient on the surgical repair of hernias. Including inguinal, groin, incisional, Category Health Medicine Surgery General......
http://www.hernia.com/&e=747

12. Laparoscopic Hernia Surgeon
Laparoscopic hernia surgeon Mr Evans is available for private consultations in Birmingham and Shrewsbury.
http://www.laparoscopicherniasurgeon.co.uk

13. HPH Corporation
Sells a hernia brief for men that may help in avoiding a hernia operation. Find information on the hernia briefs, the hernia minibelt, and place an order.
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14. New Page 1
Provides information about the occurrence and treatment of hernias.Category Health Conditions and Diseases Intestinal hernias......Welcome to the hernia Resource Center. There are more Surgical TreatmentOptions available for hernia repair today than ever before.
http://www.herniainfo.com/&e=747

15. CHERUBS- The Association Of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia Research, Advocacy,
The Association of Congenital Diaphragmatic hernia Research, Advocacy, and Support. Provides support and information for the families and medical care providers of children born with Congenital Diaphragmatic hernia (CDH).
http://www.cherubs-cdh.org
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16. Springer LINK Hernia - Electronic Edition
"hernia" is a journal written by surgeons who have made abdominal wall surgery their special field of interest.
http://link.springer.de/link/service/journals/10029/author.htm

17. NIDDK Error 404 - Page Not Found
A hernia is a condition in which part of the intestine bulges througha weak area in muscles in the abdomen. An inguinal hernia
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18. Hernia Brief - A Medical Aid That May Help Avoid An Hernia Operation.
Offers nonsurgical alternative for the alleviation of pain.
http://www.absoluteherniabrief.com/
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1. Medically better than any other remedy that is on the market (such as bulky belts). 2. Easy wearing because it is made of 88% stretchable, pure cotton and 12% elastic. The cotton assures PERSPIRATION-FREE comfort.
- As easy to put on as your regular Under brief! - 3. Aesthetically pleasing to your partner. 4. Hygienic - wear like a regular brief. 5. No pinching or binding, but gives the highest suspension. Lifts and supports internal organs. The pressure of ordinary hernia belts often cause the hernia to protrude. 9. It is undetectable under thin or tight clothing. 10. Perfect for Sports. Gives but doesnÂ’t slip out of place. 11. Double seamed inner elastic pockets allow easy insertion of the special support cushions insuring the right pressure for closing the hernia inguinal canal. The ordinary hernia belt insertions absorb perspiration often causing much discomfort, too much pressure from rigid cushions, chafing, rashes, etc. The Special Cushion will not absorb moisture and can be washed easily. a) Built-in support stretch material covering the entire abdominal area. Starting at the bottom extending to the waist around the back, lifting and supporting the kidneys. It also gives maximum support to all the internal organs.

19. MEDLINEplus: Hernia
hernia Specific Conditions/Aspects. Diaphragmatic hernia (Children's Hospital Boston). Incisional hernia (Patient Education
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/hernia.html
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  • ClinicalTrials.gov: Hernia (National Institutes of Health)
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  • Coughing During Hernia Exam (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research)
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  • Diaphragmatic Hernia (Children's Hospital Boston) Incisional Hernia (Patient Education Institute) - requires Flash plug-in Also available in: Spanish Inguinal Hernia (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research) Inguinal Hernia (Patient Education Institute) - requires Flash plug-in Also available in: Spanish Questions and Answers About Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CHERUBS) Umbilical Hernia (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research)
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  • Laparoscopic Hernia Repair: Less Invasive, Faster Healing
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    GERD. Doctors believe that some people suffer from GERD due to a conditioncalled hiatal hernia. What Is the Role of Hiatal hernia? Some
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