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Bandaged Post Surgery Umbilical Hernia - Stock Image

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Description

Photo taken two days after umbilical hernia surgery. The cotton gauze and adhesive tape is intentionally not covering the wound. It's just precautionary - put there by the surgeon to provide a bit of support the first day or so for that surgical incision just above. Look closely - turns out they don't use stitches to sew/suture you up anymore (May 2013) - they glue you back together! Who knew??

Umbilical hernias are relatively common - caused by an opening or tear in the muscle wall underneath the belly button which allows fatty tissue or - in extreme cases, sections of the intestines - to bulge/balloon out under the surface of the skin in or around the navel.
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