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What is Abdominal nerve entrapment?

What is Abdominal nerve entrapment?

  • Abdominal nerve entrapment: A condition where and abdominal nerve becomes trapped and compressed which causes localized abdominal pain. The major causes are straining the abdominal muscles, coughing or occurs after surgery when the abdominal muscles are required to be pulled out of place.

Abdominal nerve entrapment: Introduction

Types of Abdominal nerve entrapment:

Broader types of Abdominal nerve entrapment:

What causes Abdominal nerve entrapment?

Causes of Abdominal nerve entrapment: see causes of Abdominal nerve entrapment

What are the symptoms of Abdominal nerve entrapment?

Symptoms of Abdominal nerve entrapment: see symptoms of Abdominal nerve entrapment

Abdominal nerve entrapment: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Abdominal nerve entrapment.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Abdominal nerve entrapment.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Abdominal nerve entrapment: Neurologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Abdominal nerve entrapment.
Treatments for Abdominal nerve entrapment: see treatments for Abdominal nerve entrapment

Name of Abdominal nerve entrapment

Main name of condition: Abdominal nerve entrapment


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