APPENDICULAR BAND SYNDROME: A RARE CAUSE OF INTESTINAL OBSTRUCTION IN NEONATE WITH REVIEW OF LITERATURE
Acute appendicitis is a quite common condition in children, but it is very less common in neonates
and infants. Acute appendicitis has several ways of presentations but its presentation as mechanical
obstruction is very rare. We report a case of a 16 days old male patients who presented with acute
intestinal obstruction due to appendicular band syndrome, and had been treated successfully in our
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