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Chronic Constipation

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Acute left lower quadrant abdominal pain developed in a previously healthy, postmenopausal, 52-year-old woman on the second day of a lower respiratory tract infection. On the third day of the patient’s bronchitis, she noted a small ecchymosis in her left groin and continued sharp pain in the left lower quadrant. Five days later, the patient noted increased ecchymosis in the left inguinal region and a distinct bulge in the area of initial pain.

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