Primary strand’s omentum torsion
A clinical case of strand’s omentum torsion in young man, aged 25, manifestative by acute appendicitis symptoms is presented.
Strand’s omentum torsion is a rare disease and can cause acute abdomen. Clinical picture often masked by symptoms of acute appendicitis, acute cholecystitis, perforated ulcer, etc. Generally, the true diagnosis is formed only intraoperatively.
Keywords: acute abdomen, the primary volvulus, greater omentum, omentum torsion.
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