Jejunal Diverticulosis Causing Mesenteric Volvulus
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Abstract :
Jejunal diverticulosis is a rare asymptomatic entity [1]. In literature, there are only few cases of jejunal diverticulosis where small gut volvulus is reported. The disease entity is important as it may masquerade as hemorrhage, obstruction, or perforation which are life threatening. We report a rare case of small bowel volvulus secondary to jejunal diverticulosis.

Case :
A 54-year-old male was suffering from colicky abdominal pain, distended abdomen, and vomiting of 1-week duration. He had recurrent attacks of similar symptoms and dyspepsia for the last 6 months. Each episode was aggravated by taking food and relieved on taking rest. On abdominal examination, there was distension and tenderness. No visible intestinal peristalsis noted. Bowel sounds were exaggerated. His vitals were stable......

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4484539/
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