Trichobezoar with small bowel obstruction
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Trichobezoar is a rare clinical entity. Stomach is the common site of occurrence. Intestinal obstruction due to trichobezoar is extremely rare. We report a case of subacute bowel obstruction in a 7-year-old girl which required resection of the involved ileal segment and release of small bowel adhesions.
Key wordsTrichobezoar Small bowel obstruction
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