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- 1.1. A case of strangulated transmesenteric hernia in a newborn infant with erythroblastosis fetalis is presented.
- 2.2. This is believed to represent the youngest patient to survive resection and primary anastomosis.
- 3.3. The possible causes, the clinical manifestations, and the treatment of this lesion are discussed.
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