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CARCINOMA OF CAECUM PRESENTING AS MEGA INTUSSUSCEPTION AND RECTAL MASS

M. Jawaid Rajput, A. Sattar Memon and Adeel Hamad Memon.

Abstract
Carcinoma of colon and rectum are second commonest cancer cause of death in United
Kingdom. Because, right colon has a large caliber, a thin and distensible wall and faecal content
is fluid, so, carcinoma of right colon may attain a large size before it gives specific symptoms.
Any complication like acute appendicitis or intussusception may draw early attention, when
curative resection is possible. In this report, an unusual presentation of carcinoma of caecum is
reported.

Key words: Carcinoma. Caecum. Intussusception. Intestine. Obstruction. Hemicolectomy.



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