non palpable hernia do USG. If it is unpalpable ,How we can know that it is hernia…
If a hernia is non-palpable, meaning it cannot be felt or detected by physical examination, it can still be diagnosed through imaging studies such as ultrasound (USG). While palpation (feeling) is a common method to identify hernias, it is not always possible to feel all types of hernias, especially if they are small or located in deeper tissues.
An ultrasound is a non-invasive imaging technique that uses sound waves to create detailed images of internal structures. It can help visualize the presence of a hernia by identifying characteristic features such as a defect or bulging of tissue.
During an ultrasound examination for hernia diagnosis, a transducer is placed on the skin over the suspected area. The transducer emits sound waves that bounce back when they encounter different tissues, creating a real-time image on a monitor. By carefully evaluating the ultrasound images, a radiologist or healthcare provider can identify the presence and location of a hernia.
In some cases, additional imaging studies such as computed tomography (CT) scan or magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) may be required for a more detailed evaluation of a non-palpable hernia.
It’s important to note that while imaging studies can aid in diagnosing a hernia, clinical history, symptoms, and physical examination findings are also considered. If a hernia is suspected but not palpable, imaging can help confirm the diagnosis and provide valuable information for planning appropriate treatment options. A healthcare professional should interpret the imaging results and provide a comprehensive evaluation and management plan based on the specific case.