Infected duplication of the ascending colon.

@article{Zwaveling2009InfectedDO,
  title={Infected duplication of the ascending colon.},
  author={Sander Zwaveling and Stephan H. A. J. Tytgat and William L. M. Kramer and David C. van der Zee},
  journal={European journal of pediatric surgery : official journal of Austrian Association of Pediatric Surgery ... [et al] = Zeitschrift fur Kinderchirurgie},
  year={2009},
  volume={19 6},
  pages={407-9}
}
520 × 10 9 / l, a CRP of 184 mg / l and a BSE of 75 mm. Normal urine sediment was found. Abdominal radiographs revealed no abnormal fi ndings. Ultrasonography showed a thick-walled mass (40 × 43 × 70 mm) in the right lower quadrant ( ● ▶ Fig. 1a ). The process was partially echo-rich with a distinct demarcation line, indicating a fl uid level. A connection with the bowel could not be found. Therefore, a torsion of the right ovary, an infected cystic teratoma or a mesenteric cyst were considered… CONTINUE READING

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Therefore , a torsion of the right ovary , an infected cystic teratoma or a mesenteric cyst were considered as possible diagnoses .
Therefore , a torsion of the right ovary , an infected cystic teratoma or a mesenteric cyst were considered as possible diagnoses .
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