[Incarcerated Waldeyer's hernia as the cause of necrosis of the small intestine (case report)].


The authors present a case-record of a rare incarcerated Waldeyer hernia which became the cause of infarsation and necrosis of the free portion of the small intestine in the abdominal cavity, which developed as a result of compression of the upper mesenteric vein by the contents of the hernial sac. The authors draw attention to the asset of CT examination… (More)


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