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Omental infarction occurs with torsion of the omentum on itself leading to necrosis. This is rare and can mimic acute appendicitis clinically. This can be primary or occur secondary to previous surgeries, malignancies or hernias. We present a case of a 9 year old boy who was diagnosed with primary omental infarction intraoperatively.
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