Surgical Hernia repair abroad

The risk of suffering an inguinal hernia in men is 27% and in women is about 3 %. Unavoidable condition, its treatment shouldn’t be delayed and that’s why Medical Port has teamed up with Dr. Miguel Pinto for a fast and effective surgical Hernia repair in Portugal.

With hernias there is potential for a bottleneck situation, in which the intestine is caught and undergoes a quick gangrene. This is a serious complication that requires urgent surgery and poses a serious health risk.

Below you can find all the different names and locations in which an Hernia can appear and require surgery (or repair).

INGUINAL HERNIA

Groin, but can grow and fill the scrotum.

FEMORAL HERNIA

Immediately below the groin, at the root of the thigh.

OMPHALOCELE

Located in the navel.

EPIGASTRIC HERNIA

In the middle line of the abdomen between the navel and chest.

INCISIONAL HERNIA

Occurs in the place of the scar of a previous abdominal surgery.

RECURRENT HERNIA

Any of the earlier varieties manifested again after having been operated.

Hernia Locations

Hernia locations

Medical Port offers the opportunity to have hernia repair surgery in Portugal and has a dedicated staff to enhance the surgical hernia practice alongside Dr. Miguel Pinto. Dr. Pinto is a physician with nearly 40 years of experience and is recognized internationally as an expert in hernia treatment, having performed hernia surgeries in various parts of the globe including The United States, Europe and Africa.

You can learn more about Hernias and Dr. Miguel Pinto here.

For any questions, please contact us for a fast and effective treatment of your hernia.

Medical Port provides the unique combination of the excellence of medical services in Portugal with its renowned hospitality in order to guarantee that you get a reliable and effective medical care. Write us at info@medicalport.org

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4 comments on “Surgical Hernia repair abroad
  1. […] People can find out they have a hernia because it can be both seen and felt. It is a lump in the abdomen or groin and that may or may not disappear when pressing it. The lump can get bigger over time. When in doubt, consult a physician to clarify if you have a hernia, what type of hernia it is, and what is the adequate treatment. […]

  2. m88 says:

    I couldn’t refrain from commenting. Well written!

  3. Jona says:

    I couldn’t resist commenting. Exceptionally well written!

  4. Thanks for adding that! Very good information about Hernia.

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