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Post Colonoscopy Colonic Intussusception Reduced via a Laparoscopic Approach

By Mindy M. Ho, John J. Park and Leela M. Prasad


The authors discuss a case of colon intussusception following colonoscopy successfully treated by laparoscopic reduction

Topics: Case Reports
Publisher: Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons
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