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Sclerosing mesenteritis is a rare, benign, and chronic fibrosing inflammatory disease with unknown etiology that affects the mesentery of small bowel and colon. The disease has two well-established histological types: the acute or subacute form known as mesenteric panniculitis and the chronic form known as retractile or sclerosing mesenteritis. Because sclerosing mesenteritis lacks special clinical manifestations and typical signs, the patients are very easily misdiagnosed. The correctdoi:10.18203/2320-6012.ijrms20150843 fatcat:z4lwt7b425b5vcckbf26bo3twy