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Submucosal lipomas: an infrequent cause of intussusception

Muhammad Jawaid Rajput, Abdul Sattar Memon..

Abstract
A 35 years old female, presented with acute abdominal pain, distension of abdomen, vomiting and absolute constipation. At laparotomy, ileoileal intussusception was found. Resection and anastomosis was done. Both gross examination of resected segment and histopathology report confirmed the submucosal lipomas as causative factor.

Key words: Intussusception. Lipomas. Abdominal Pain. Abdomen. Vomiting. Ileal Diseases. Dilatation, Pathologic. Intestinal Obstruction. Abdomen, Acute.



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