Definition of 'hernia'
Example sentences containing 'hernia'
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I have a small hiatus hernia - would it help if it was removed? The Sun (2016)He needs surgery to repair a hernia. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Pennant has recovered from a fractured shin and double hernia. The Sun (2008)My father has a hiatus hernia with similar symptoms. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He was expected to miss out after surgery on a hernia problem. The Sun (2011)The normal recovery period from a hernia op is around six weeks. The Sun (2010)Footballers can rejoice that hernia repair is now quicker. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Daddy suffered a cracked pelvis and double hernia. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He has a hiatus hernia to deal with. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Put promotion before pain after starring despite needing a hernia op. The Sun (2009)But most doctors advise an operation to repair the hernia. The Sun (2010)Avoid this if you have a hiatus hernia as it may cause uncomfortable burning. Stay Well This Winter (1989)He was trying to raise cash for a hernia op. The Sun (2007)Anyone suffering from hiatus hernia should avoid cayenne pepper. The Medicine Chest - your family's guide to prescription drugs (1988)He is on medication for a heart condition and awaiting surgery for a hernia yet has been declared fit to work. The Sun (2011)Consider two common operations young blokes might need - an appendix op and a hernia repair. The Sun (2007)If you have a hiatus hernia, avoid ginger as this may cause an uncomfortable burning sensation. Stay Well This Winter (1989)That came after a double hernia operation and an abdominal injury wrecked the middle of his 2007-08 season. The Sun (2009)KP flew home for hernia surgery despite medics saying he could play through the pain. The Sun (2011)These centres now carry out 17 per cent of all hip replacements and the same proportion of hernia operations. Times, Sunday Times (2012)You'll need surgery in the form of a hernia repair via an open operation or with keyhole surgery. The Sun (2014)Only once has a player cooked for him, when he had a double hernia and his family were abroad. Times, Sunday Times (2016)In the interim he has had a double hernia operation and locked his Olympic kit away with the bad memories. Times, Sunday Times (2013)CAPTAIN and the heart of their defence, recently had hernia surgery. The Sun (2010)The City left-back has missed five matches after a hernia op. The Sun (2010)
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Translations for 'hernia'
British English: hernia /ˈhɜːnɪə/ NOUN
A hernia is a medical condition in which one of your internal organs sticks through a weak point in the surrounding tissue.
- American English: hernia
- Arabic: فَتْق
- Brazilian Portuguese: hérnia
- Chinese: 疝
- Croatian: bruh
- Czech: kýla
- Danish: brok
- Dutch: hernia
- European Spanish: hernia
- Finnish: tyrä
- French: hernie
- German: Hernie
- Greek: κήλη
- Italian: ernia
- Japanese: ヘルニア
- Korean: 헤르니아
- Norwegian: brokk
- Polish: przepuklina
- European Portuguese: hérnia
- Romanian: hernie
- Russian: грыжа
- Spanish: hernia
- Swedish: bråck
- Thai: โรคไส้เลื่อน
- Turkish: fıtık
- Ukrainian: грижа
- Vietnamese: chứng sa ruột
Definition of hernia from the Collins English Dictionary
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