Abdelhamid El Idrissi Dafali

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Sigmoid volvulus complicating pregnancy is a rare complication with less than 80 cases reported in literature. We report the case of a young pregnant woman, admitted for sigmoid volvulus. The sigmoid volvulus was resected and Bouilly-Volkmann's colostomy was performed. According to this case and depending on the literature, the authors discuss the(More)
Internal hernias, including paraduodenal (traditionally the most common), pericecal, foramen of Winslow, and intersigmoid hernias, account for approximately 0.5-5.8% of all cases of intestinal obstruction and are associated with a high mortality rate, exceeding 50% in some series. We report an extremely rare case of an internal abdominal hernia, through the(More)
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