enterolithiasis


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the presence of calculi in the intestines

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Meckel's diverticulum is complicated with enterolithiasis in 3-10% of cases [1].
In conclusion, enterolithiasis is an entity that can be a diagnostic challenge for the clinician.
Meckel diverticulum-associated enterolithiasis is a rare condition that can be either asymptomatic or produce nonspecific symptoms but can also manifest itself as acute abdomen.
Lan, "Enterolithiasis," World Journal of Gastroenterology, vol.
Snyder, "Dietary risk factors and colonic pH and mineral concentrations in horses with enterolithiasis," Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, vol.
We report a case of enterolithiasis presenting a diagnostic dilemma, which was solved only after exploratory laparotomy
The rare pathophysiology of post-tuberculosis enterolithiasis was explained to the patient, and informed consent was taken from him for the publication of his case in a medical journal.
Chomelin J., a French physician, was the first to describe enterolithiasis in 1710 in his medical series of Historie de l'Academie Royal (5) as a case of stone formation in a duodenal diverticulum discovered during an autopsy.
Williams in 1908 and Edwards in 1930 reported a few cases of enterolithiasis. (6) The chemical composition of enteroliths was reported by Sjoqvist (4) in 1908.
Bowel resection and anastomosis are usually done if there is a coexistent severe inflammation, perforation, necrotic bowel diverticulosis, or long segment or multiple strictures causing enterolithiasis [1, 2].
In conclusion, recurrent small bowel enterolithiasis with obstruction is an uncommon presentation of a rare diagnosis.
Sridhar, "An unusual presentation of enterolithiasis," J Gastrointest Liver Dis JGLD, vol.
Juneja, "Enterolithiasis: an uncommon finding in abdominal tuberculosis," Indian Journal of Pediatrics, vol.