Posterior musculus sheath herniation could be a terribly rare type of wall herniation and there are unit scarce of reports of this rupture within the literature up to now. This case report presents a spontaneous posterior musculus sheath rupture during a seventy-nine-year recent male with previous abdominal surgery for inflammation. His rupture was discovered incidentally throughout examination for his chief complaints of lower abdominal pain and symptom that were later diagnosed as enterobacteria connected stomach flu. An X-radiation scan of the abdomen and pelvis showed wall herniation with loops of little gut extending into the musculus abdominis muscle. during this case, it absolutely was set to go away the case alone for currently because of no proof of gut obstruction and also the low risk of this herniation obtaining strangulated, that otherwise would have bonded imperative surgery. This report adds to restricted stock of obtainable literatures on this distinctive issue and strengthens evidence-based on best approach to support knowing clinical deciding. Vital clinical implication of such case reports is enlarged identification rate of rare clinical conditions that otherwise usually go ignored.
Posterior Rectus Sheath; Hernias; Musculus Abdomen