Korean J Gastrointest Endosc.  1983 Nov;3(1):108-113.

Stercoraceous Ulcer of the Cecum: A case report

Abstract

Stercoraceous ulcerations of the colon are produced by hard fecaloma that collect in the coton. Bleeding and more seriously perforation are complications of these ulcerations. These are generally thought to be rare, but this may reflect the difficulty of establishing the diagnosis, both before and during operation. This disease is relatively neglected as well. This is reflected by the small number of case reported in the literature. Authors report a case of stercoraceous ulcer of cecum which confirmed under the colonofiberscopy and managed in the Department of General Surgery, College of Medicine, Ewha Womans University,

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