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- 1.1. Serious complications resulting from the Miller-Abbott tube are relatively rare.
- 2.2. An unusual case of jejunal intussusception occurring with the use of the Miller-Abbott tube, requiring operative intervention and followed by recovery, is reported.
- 3.3. The mechanism for development of such a complication is obscure.
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© 1949 Published by Elsevier Inc.