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Enough to Bring a Lump to the Throat: Two Emergency Presentations to the Acute Medical Take


Case number 1 An eighty nine year old woman was admitted with a two day history of abdominal pain and vomiting. Two months previously she had undergone a Hartmann’s procedure following a sigmoid perforation secondary to diverticular disease. A hiatus hernia had been noted on a CT undertaken prior to…

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