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Trifoliate mesenteric lymphatic malformation

      Abstract

      Mesenteric lymphatic malformations are rare lesions and its diagnosis can cause dilemma in spite of imaging studies. A laparotomy revealed this diagnosis in a five-year-old child who presented with abdominal pain.

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