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Spastic intestinal obstruction

Spasmodic intestinal obstruction is a kind of intestinal obstruction caused by spasmodic contraction of intestinal wall muscles. Murphy (1896) first described the disease, which is very rare clinically, but it does exist. The disease is more common in neurotic women, mostly middle-aged people.


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