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Revista chilena de cirugía

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MORENO-EGEA, Alfredo. Historical analysis of the lateral abdominal wall hernias. Rev Chil Cir [online]. 2015, vol.67, n.1, pp.93-101. ISSN 0718-4026.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-40262015000100016.

Objective: To analyze the history of lateral abdominal wall hernias. Method: Review of the literature. Critical analysis of articles, books and monographs published, using key words: "ventral, lateral or semilunar abdominal wall hernia". Results: Undocumented contributions, such as Mancke, Molliére, Reynier, Ferrand or Thèvenot, among others are discovered. Casseri was the first surgeon to illustrate the semilunar line, before Spiegel. Mancke was the first surgeon to use the term lateral ventral hernia. Molliére was the first surgeon to use the term semilunar hernia (not Klinkosch). Thévenot was the first surgeon to use the term Spiegel hernia. Conclusion: The story of the lateral hernias has errors and omissions of important authors. 1) semilunar line was known and illustrated first by Casseri, so we should call Spiegel-Casseri semilunar line; 2) Klinkosch was not the first to use the name of semilunar hernia, but Molliere, who defined them as a different group of ventral; 3) Mancke was first named as the lateral hernias, and Ferrand side who made the first thesis under that title, and 4) the contributions of Reignier and Thévenot, not mentioned in any treatise on surgery are discovered.

Palabras clave : Semilunar hernia; lateral ventral hernia; Spiegel; Casseri; Molliére.

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