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A 32-year-old man visits his physician in order to discuss the options of treatment of a complicated hernia. The physician draws a diagram showing the anatomic relation of hernia to different structures. The diagram shows that this patient’s hernia lies lateral to the inferior epigastric artery.
Which of the following hernias is the most likely diagnosis?
A- Umbilical hernia
B- Diaphragmatic hernia
C- Direct inguinal hernia
D- Indirect inguinal hernia
E – Femoral hernia
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Answer is D.
Check this, maybe helps a little be.
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Btw, I just noticed that whoever is writing this question has it wrong. Check please your link and you will see that you actually give an explanation for D and marked C as the right answer. Misleading.
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That is not true. I checked it and the correct answer is D
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