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INTRODUCTION Intussusception is highly uncommon in adults and accounts for only 5% of all reported cases. It is more commonly secondary to an identifiable bowel lesion in 90% of cases, whereas 10% have no discernable cause. Diagnosis is difficult due to non-specific symptoms of the disease. Diagnostic imaging plays an important role in the diagnosis of the(More)
Exacerbation of chronic ulcerative colitis with oral or rectal mesalamine preparations is an unusual and rare side effect due to mesalamine hypersensitivity especially observed in patient with an intolerance of sulphasalazine. We report one case of colitis exacerbation induced by 5-aminosalicylic acid enema. A 30-year-old woman had no antecedent history of(More)
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