Outcome of a conservative policy for managing acute sigmoid diverticulitis

@article{Shaikh2007OutcomeOA,
  title={Outcome of a conservative policy for managing acute sigmoid diverticulitis},
  author={S. Shaikh and Z. H. Krukowski},
  journal={British Journal of Surgery},
  year={2007},
  volume={94}
}
A conservative policy for patients presenting with acute sigmoid diverticulitis is associated with a low operation rate, and low overall and operative mortality rates. The long‐term consequences of such a policy were investigated. 
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