2021, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part A
A rare case of deodeno-duodenal intussusception secondary to adenomatous polypoidal growthAuthor(s):
Dr. Deepa Jahagirdar, Dr. Prasad Uppganlawar, Dr. Kshitij Arun Mane, Dr. Atuf Muqri and Dr. Jyoti BhondekarAbstract:
Deodeno-deodenal intussusception is very rare entity due to retroperitoneal location of duodenum. Hereby we are presenting a rare case of deodenodeodenal intussusception secondary to adenomatous polypoidal growth arising from the deodenum. Very few numbers of caseses have been mentioned into literature which makes it one of the rare entity and to be considered for one of the differential which presents with upper GI obstruction.Here we are presenting case of 40 yr old male with progressively developing dysphagia with intermittent episodes of vomiting. Without any history suggestive of maliganant growth with local or distant progression.We managed case with all possible investigative modalities and definative treatment. Patient’s post-operative status was uneventful.Pages: 26-29 | Views: 590 | Downloads: 295Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Deepa Jahagirdar, Dr. Prasad Uppganlawar, Dr. Kshitij Arun Mane, Dr. Atuf Muqri, Dr. Jyoti Bhondekar. A rare case of deodeno-duodenal intussusception secondary to adenomatous polypoidal growth. Int J Case Rep Surg 2021;3(2):26-29.