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The role of prosthetic repair in the treatment of an incarcerated recurrent inguinal hernia with acute appendicitis (inflamed Amyand’s hernia)

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Chatzimavroudis, G., Papaziogas, B., Koutelidakis, I. et al. The role of prosthetic repair in the treatment of an incarcerated recurrent inguinal hernia with acute appendicitis (inflamed Amyand’s hernia). Hernia 13, 335–336 (2009). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10029-009-0505-2

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