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Intestinal strangulation

Introduction: Intestinal strangulation

Description of Intestinal strangulation

Intestinal strangulation: Impaired blood flow to the bowel which can result in edema, cyanosis or gangrene of the affected bowel section. Also called intestinal infarction.

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