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J Liaquat Uni Med Health Sci. 2008; 7(3): 208-209


Volvulus of Caecum

Abdul Ghafoor Dalwani, Abdul Razaque Shaikh and Gulshan Ara Shaikh.

Abstract
This case report describes volvulus of caecum in a young boy of 18 years, who presented with
symptoms of acute abdomen. The condition was diagnosed at laparotomy and the patient was
treated with right hemicolectomy.

Key words: Volvulus of Caecum. Right hemicolectomy. Acute abdomen. Labarotomy.


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