hpsbwzMeckel diverticulum itself occurs in 2% of the population.
Also it would present much sooner rather than in a 28 year old man. +2019-09-03T23:29:57Z
zelderonmorningstarI think the small intestine narrows as you go along, so jejunum would most likely intuss into the duodenum.+2019-05-31T16:40:40Z
yotsubatoDuodenum is fixed to the retroperitoneal wall, and also has lots of named vessels attached to it, along with the pancreaticobiliary duct and ampulla. It cant really intussuscept. +2019-06-14T20:05:04Z
gh889You should also know that the duodenum is almost purely on the right side of the body+52019-06-15T17:34:02Z
liverdietryingThe picture is key here. You’re right that ileocecal is most common, but ileo-ileal and jejuno-jejunal are the next most common (I think I might just know this from having done clerkships already, not sure). Ileo-ileal isn’t an answer, so that rules that out. Look at where the arrows are pointing in the picture as well. Its on the L, ruling out appendix and cecum. And the slice is not at the level of the duodenum, ruling out that answer. So by process of elimination based on the picture you could get this one too.+22019-05-31T16:27:09Z