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(E) Colon

(D) Terminal ileum

(C) Proximal ileum

(B) Distal jejunum

(A) Proximal jejunum

A 12 year old female presents with a one day history of right lower quadrant pain and temperature. She complains of nausea but no vomiting. Physical examination is notable for right lower quadrant pain and tenderness with guarding. She is taken to the operating room with the presumptive diagnosis of appendicitis. Using a McBurney incision in the right lower quadrant you mobilize the cecum and find the appendix to be normal in appearance. This patient had a Meckel's diverticulum. The most common location for a Meckel's diverticulum is the

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