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Diverticula, or multiple sacculations, of a Meekel's diverticulum are a relatively unknown and undocumented pathologic entity. A case is reported, and another case recalled. In both cases, the sacculations were in the fundus. There was partial or complete absence of muscular layers in the saccular wall.
A congenital origin of these muscular defects is more likely than is an origin from acquired hydrostatic pressure.
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