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What is the treatment for a groin hernia?

Marc M. Zare, MD
Bariatric Medicine
Groin hernia treatment is traditionally an open surgery. In this video Marc Zare, MD, a bariatric surgeon at Good Samaritan Hospital, discusses a minimally invasive approach that causes less pain and has a quicker recovery time. 

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