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A 40-year-old gentleman came to surgical OPD with chief complaint of crampy abdominal pain since last 12 days. He had complaint of occasional vomiting. Physical examination was not contributory. On per rectal examination, finger was stained with blood. His past surgical and medical history was not significant. His vitals were normal. After routine investigations, Barium enema was advised and it showed the findings revealed in Figure 1.
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