An Extraordinary Case of the Sigmoid Colon Prolapsing Through the Anus
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We presented the rare case of 71-year old female hospitalized and operated on urgently at the Department of General and Colorectal Surgery because of the intraperitoneal lesion of the rectum, which caused the prolapse of the sigmoid colon through the anus. The surgical management of rectal injuries was discussed.
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