Category: Classical

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  1. Resection of the small bowel may be recommended for: Blockage of the intestine (intestinal obstruction) due to scar tissue or deformities Bleeding, infection, or ulcers due to inflammation of the small intestine (regional ileitis, regional enteritis, Crohn's disease).
  2. The surgeon makes a cut of 6 to 8 inches ( to centimeters) in your mid-belly. The diseased part of your small intestine is located and removed. In both kinds of surgery, the next steps are: If there is enough healthy small intestine left, the ends are stitched or stapled together. This is called an anastomosis. Most patients have this.
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