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In a four month period in 1992 at a small military wing of a civilian hospital three Meckel's Diverticulae were removed from patients suspected of having complications in their vermiform appendix. One of the diverticulae was inflamed and was the cause of the symptoms. The second was a symptomatic but it and the appendix showed transmural granulomatous inflammation caused by infection with Yersinia pseudotuberculosis. The third also asymptomatic was found to contain carcinoid tumour. Ondoi:10.1136/jramc-140-01-10 pmid:8904504 fatcat:f377jrmblrhh3e5iawxehhuciq