• A spigelian hernia was clinically suspected. Ultrasonographic findings were equivocal, but computed tomography (CT) was diagnostic. Surgeons and radiologists alike should be aware of the potential of CT to make this difficult diagnosis.
(Arch Surg 1983;118:109-110)
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