The clinical presentation of abdominal tuberculosis can be classified as (1)
ascitec (2) visceral (3) mesenteric and (4) intestinal. Mesenteric presents
with recurrent abdominal pain, palpable rolled on omental mass in the upper
abdomen and general tubercular symptoms. Mesenteric calcified lymphnodes are
seen in abdominal plain x-ray. The mantoux test is positive.