How does a hernia of the urinary bladder occur?

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A hernia of the urinary bladder occurs when the bladder or ureter herniates into the inguinal canal, femoral canal, or scrotal sac. It is an uncommon but not rare condition. This hernia is seen in 1-3% of inguinal hernias.
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