Managing and treating diverticulitis
Your colon is generally smooth, which helps it easily absorb water and nutrients and allow the rest to pass through on the digestive journey. Over time, small pockets, called diverticula, can form in your colon. For most people, they don’t cause any problems. For some, they may cause changes in bowel movements or pain.
Diverticulitis occurs when fecal matter becomes trapped in these diverticula and causes inflammation and infection. Some people will continue to experience diverticulitis attacks, which may eventually require surgery. Learn more about managing and treating diverticulitis including a minimally invasive robotic–assisted procedure that can eliminate this condition with smaller incisions and a faster recovery time.
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