A case of strangulated intestinal obstruction due to Meckel's diverticulum

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Abstract

Meckel's diverticulum is a rare occurrence in the practice of a surgeon and occurs in 0.06-2.9% of patients who have undergone surgery on the abdominal organs. It is found during intestinal revision. Of the diseases of this rudiment, acute diverticulitis, bleeding from the ulcer of the diverticulum and its perforation should be noted. More rarely, Meckel's diverticulum can cause various forms of acute intestinal obstruction.

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R. A. Aydarov

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T. A. Hamidov

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I. V. Trusorukov

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R. F. Davletshin

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© 1993 Aydarov R.A., Hamidov T.A., Trusorukov I.V., Davletshin R.F.

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