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Jejuno-uterine fistula

  • Dipesh D. Duttaroy
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    Medical College and Sir Sayajirao General Hospital, Department of General Surgery, 402 Shantam Tower, Pashabhai Park, Race Course Circle, Baroda 390007, Gujarat, India
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  • Brijesh M. Madhok
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    Medical College and Sir Sayajirao General Hospital, Department of General Surgery, 402 Shantam Tower, Pashabhai Park, Race Course Circle, Baroda 390007, Gujarat, India
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      Jejuno-uterine fistula is a rare clinical entity. We report here a case of jejuno-uterine fistula who developed symptoms 3 months following dilatation and evacuation (D&E). Clinical diagnosis was confirmed by a CT scan.
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