Physical symptoms include a dilated superficial ring on palpating , a positive cough impulse and tenderness on the affected side.
The size of the Inguinal ring though is not a watertight physical sign, as a tight Inguinal ring may suggest the absence of an Inguinal abdominal wall disruption.
Exploratory surgery has often refuted the reliability of this test, with indications of early hernia-type changes in the external oblique and posterior wall.
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