- n. Plural form of hernia.
“_ -- In the treatment of umbilical hernia it should be remembered that congenital hernias are often removed with age, but probably congenital _umbilical hernias_ less frequently than others.”
“Russian updates: Three-time world champion Evgeny Plushenko, who had surgeries in April to repair two hernias, is scheduled to make his competitive debut Nov. 24-27 at the Cup of Russia in St. Petersburg.”
“In addition to crude techniques, wartime medical care was hampered by the fact that soldiers often had previously existing health troubles such as hernias, Secor said.”
“And residents need not be a rocket scientist to know halving the pickup will double the weight (or quantity) of trash cans the sanitation people must lift (and if wheel-less, the residents must lift), which means double trouble from double the energy expended such as hernias, rotator cuffs, bad elbows, etc.”
“After controlling for lifestyle differences, Miller and Arden found that more intelligent men experienced fewer health problems, such as hernias and cataracts, than less intelligent men. performance on intelligence was also associated with healthy sperm in a smaller subset of vets.”
“The NHS is gambling with patients' health by increasingly banning operations for hernias, cataracts and arthritic joints to save money, one of the UK's most senior medical figures said .”
“Surgical mesh was initially developed to repair hernias in the 1950s but doctors later adapted the mesh for other uses.”
“Dogs that endure a lifetime of poor breathing can end up getting hiatal hernias, which can be life-threatening.”
“A weight problem could lead to infections, hernias and blood clots in the recipient, Kokko said.”
“In the 1970s, surgical mesh, which was being used to repair abdominal hernias, started to be inserted through the abdomen to treat prolapse and incontinence before doctors later started inserting the mesh through the vagina.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘hernias’.
From the invaluable reference work "Pope-Pourri" by John Dollison.
(published in 1994 by Fireside Press, available here , or from one of the sellers listed there)
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