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The diagnosis was an inflamed epiploica. Acute left lower quadrant pain is frequently caused by diverticulitis, especially in elderly patients, but the most common differential diagnoses include renal colic, urinary tract infection, perforated carcinoma, epiploic appendagitis or other inflammatory diseases of the colon or, as in this …

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