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Minerva Gastroenterologica e Dietologica 1999 December;45(4):279-82

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Asymptomatic multiple duodenal diverticulosis. A rare case report

Bruzzese V., Creti P., Lorenzetti R., Valenzi S.


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The authors report the case of a patient with an unusually high number of diverticular formations (at least five), distributed along the entire duodenal tract. Following a review of the literature on this subject, the authors focus on the lack of symptoms manifested by duodenal diverticula, even if they are numerous and large in size, and on the extremely rare reports of multiple diverticula, as in this case.

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