Top 10 Clinical Trends for April 2015

Ryan Syrek


April 24, 2015

#9 Clinical Trend: Small Bowel Obstruction

Every once and awhile, a case comes along that grabs everyone’s attention. In Washington DC, a 3.3-inch “fat egg” was found in a man’s abdomen. The largest peritoneal body in the literature to date, this mass of calcified fat was completely benign but also completely fascinating!

For more in-depth clinical information, see Small Bowel Obstruction.


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