Hernia, femoral

Rate as for inguinal hernia

Large, postoperative, recurrent, not well supported under ordinary conditions and not readily reducible, when considered inoperable

Small, postoperative recurrent, or unoperated irremediable, not well supported by truss, or not readily reducible

Postoperative recurrent, readily reducible and well supported by truss or belt

Not operated, but remediable

Small, reducible, or without true hernia protrusion

Note: Add 10 percent for bilateral involvement, provided the second hernia is compensable. This means that the more severely disabling hernia is to be evaluated, and 10 percent, only, added for the second hernia, if the latter is of compensable degree.

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