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A 82 years old female patient with medical record of high blood pressure, primary amyloidosis and chronic renal failure (requiring haemodialysis), cesarean and eventroplasty. Suffered from an episode of acute diverticulitis Hinchey II managed with antibiotics. At follow up she maintained asymptomatic but a CT Scan showed a collection of 5.5 x 4.2 x 5.7cm. Which is the best strategy?
Posted in Debates on 7 April 2015
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Collection surrouded by small bowel, not feasible to drain by CT Scan

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