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Diverticular Disease

Diverticular Disease - Symptoms

Many patients with diverticular disease have no symptoms at all. Some patients may have abdominal pain, diarrhoea, or change in the bowel habits. Occasionally, there may be bleeding. Diverticulitis -- an infection of the diverticula -- may cause pain, fever and change in bowel habits. More severe symptoms can occur with complications such as perforation, abscess, or fistula formation (connection between the large intestine with another organ).

Diverticular Disease - How to prevent?

Diverticular Disease - Diagnosis

Diverticular Disease - Preparing for surgery

Diverticular Disease - Post-surgery care

Diverticular Disease - Other Information

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