Intussusception

 

Presented by Kevin P. Mollen, MD at the SAGES 2013 Annual Meeting; Bariatric and Pediatric Emergencies for the non-Pediatric, non-Bariatric Surgeon


case study–17 sec
intussusception hx–1:14
anatomic lead point–2:51
pathologic lead point–3:17
pathogenesis–4:10
presentation–4:32
physical exam–5:23
diagnostic studies–5:54 http://www.n


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