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Recurrent intussusception due to a primary colloid carcinoma of the large bowel in a child
  1. M. A. Tehrani

    Abstract

    A case of recurrent colo-colic intussusception due to a primary colloid carcinoma of descending colon with widespread lymphatic involvement in a child, is reported. The unusual mode of presentation and lack of awareness were responsible for a delay of 6 months before the final diagnosis was made. Two years after the operation the patient is well and there is no evidence of clinically detectable secondaries.

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