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Para-umbilical, supra-umbilical and epigastric hernias are called primary midline abdominal hernias.
Umbilical (navel) hernias occur in the middle of the navel. The inside of the navel sticks out - an ’outie’.
Para-umbilical ( peri-umbilical ) hernias occur next to and supra-umbilical occur just above the navel.
Epigastric hernias occur in a part of the abdominal wall called the epigastrium. This lies between the navel and the rib cage.
All of them ALWAYS occur in the midline – that is, straight down the middle, because they come out between the two rectus (‘6 pack’) muscles, anywhere from the navel up to the rib-cage.
There is no muscle here – just a strip of tendon -like tissue running between the two muscles.
(The lump may sometimes seem to be off to on side, but the actual hole is always in the midline).
The strip of tendon, usually no more than a centimetre wide is known as the ‘linea alba’ or white line. A hernia forms if a split occurs in this tendinous strip – like a button-hole. And something pops out through the split
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