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How do Meckel's diverticulum ulcers relate to fetal development?

A Meckel's diverticulum ulcer is related to fetal development because it occurs during this time of fetal growth. When the child is forming in the womb not all of the tissue becomes fully developed. Undeveloped tissue forms a pouch on the intestine walls. Later on, this pouch can emit stomach and pancreas acids that form small ulcers.

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