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A stone in a sac in intestine?
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Dr. Rafael Lugo
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In brief: Not sure
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Dr. Rafael Lugo
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In brief: Probably diverticula
Small intestinal diverticula are outpouchings that look like a sac protruding from the intestine and may contain a stones.
Chronic irritation can lead to obstruction from strictures or inflammatory adhesions. Rarely, they may perforate. Colonic diverticula are much more common and can also harbor stones and can develop diverticulitis.

In brief: Probably diverticula
Small intestinal diverticula are outpouchings that look like a sac protruding from the intestine and may contain a stones.
Chronic irritation can lead to obstruction from strictures or inflammatory adhesions. Rarely, they may perforate. Colonic diverticula are much more common and can also harbor stones and can develop diverticulitis.
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