Manish Verma, Anuj Kumar, Udipt Shringi, Zaheen Khan, M G Vashist
Abstract: Jejunal diverticula are rare and mostly asymptomatic. However, they may lead to chronic non-specific abdominal symptoms such as diarrhea, chronic abdominal pain, bloating or rarely, can present as small bowel perforation. In case of perforation, the recommended treatment is resection and anastomosis. Such a rare case was encountered and managed successfully.
Keywords: acute abdomen, jejunal diverticula, small bowl perforation