Epiploic Appendagitis

Epiploic appendagitis is a benign and self-limited condition that occurs secondary to torsion of the epiploic appendages.  Each appendage encloses small branches of the circular artery and vein that supply the corresponding segment of the colon.  Subserosal lymphatic channels either terminate in a lymph node within an appendage or loop through its base en route to mesenteric nodes.  Patients most commonly present with acute abdominal pain

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