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4 4. Dietz DW, Walsh RM, Grundfest-Broniatowski S, Lavery IC, Fazio VW and Vogt DP. Intestinal malrotation: a rare but important cause of bowel obstruction in adults. Dis Colon Rectum 2002; 45(10): Dritsas ER, Ruiz OR, Kennedy GM, Blackford J and Hasl D. Paraduodenal hernia: a report of two cases. Am Surg 2001; 67(8): Finck CM, Barker S, Simon H and Marx W. A novel diagnosis of left paraduodenal hernia through laparoscopy. Surg Endosc 2000; 14(1): Fitagibbons RJ and Greenburg AG: Hernia. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 5 th ed., 2002; P: Gargouri F, Frikha F, Amrou H, Ammous H, Abid M, Ghorbel A and Beyrouti MI. Internal abdominal hernias. Report of 8 cases. Tunis Med 2001; 79(6-7): Genovese AM, Taranto F, Fiore D, Segreto M, Giardinelli A and Cavallaro G. Internal abdominal hernia. Unusual cause of intestinal occlusion. Minerva Chir 2000; 55(3): Hirasaki S, Koide N,Shima Yet al. Unusual variant of left paraduodenal hernia herniated into the mesocolic fossa leading to jejunal strangulation. J Gasroentrol 1998; 33(5): Huang YC, Chen HL, Hsu WM, Chen SJ, Lai MW and Chang MH. Left paraduodenal hernia presenting as intestinal obstruction: report of one case. Acta Paediatr Taiwan 2001; 42(3): Khan MA, Lo AY, Vande Maele DM. Paraduodenal Hernia. Am Surg 1998; 64(12): Mnif N, Salem A, Bouzaidi S, Rajhi H, Trabelsi O, Najjar T, Zaouch A and Hamza R. Left paraduodenal internal hernia: a new case report. Tunis Med 2002; 80(30): Moynihan BGA. On retroperitoneal hernia. New York, William Wood Co., Patil R, Smith C and Brown MD. Paraduodenal hernia presenting as unexplained recurrent abdominal pain. Am J Gastroenterol 1999; 94(12): Quain. Case of internal srangulation of a large portion of the ileum. Trans Pathol Soclond 1861; 7: Toppins AC and Ford KL. Aunt Minnie`S corner. Left paradeoduodenal internal hernia. J Comput Assist Tomogr 1998; 22(5): Yoo HY, Mergelas J and Seibert DG. Paraduodenal hernia: a treatable cause of upper gastrointestinal tract symptoms. J Clin Gastroenterol 2000; 31(3):

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