Large bowel obstructions are an important cause of acute surgical admission. If managed inappropriately, they may result in severe complications such as intestinal perforation and sepsis.
It is therefore necessary for all doctors to be able to recognise large bowel obstruction and manage it appropriately.
In this module, you will learn the different causes of large bowel obstructions, their clinical presentation, how we can diagnose them and how best to manage these patients.
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