Enterolithiasis: A Rare Finding in Intestinal Tuberculosis
Though intestinal tuberculosis is relatively a common ailment in India and other developing countries; enterolithiasis is a rarely encountered clinical and radiological entity found in this disease. Enteroliths are formed due to stasis caused by stricture formation in intestinal tuberculosis. We report a case of enterolithiasis secondary to intestinal tuberculosis.
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