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Figure 2: Operative technique. (a) Incarcerated appendix within the right femoral hernia. (b) Development of peritoneal flaps (blue arrows) to access the preperitoneal space with identification of the right inferior epigastric artery (white arrow). (c) Dissection of the preperitoneal space with the identification of the incarcerated appendix within the femoral hernia (blue arrow) and the spermatic cord (white arrow). (d) Isolation of the femoral hernial sac with the incarcerated appendix (blue arrow) and separation from the spermatic cord (white arrow)

Figure 2: Operative technique. (a) Incarcerated appendix within the right femoral hernia. (b) Development of peritoneal flaps (blue arrows) to access the preperitoneal space with identification of the right inferior epigastric artery (white arrow). (c) Dissection of the preperitoneal space with the identification of the incarcerated appendix within the femoral hernia (blue arrow) and the spermatic cord (white arrow). (d) Isolation of the femoral hernial sac with the incarcerated appendix (blue arrow) and separation from the spermatic cord (white arrow)