PMID: 11213049Feb 24, 2001Paper

Cystic duplication of the cecum with segmental dilatation of the ileum: report of a case

Surgery Today
S K RatanJ Ratan

Abstract

Duplication cyst and segmental dilatation are rare congenital anomalies of the gastrointestinal tract, both of which are known to result in intestinal obstruction. We describe herein a case of intestinal obstruction in a neonate, caused by a duplication cyst in the cecum. A small dilated segment of ileum was also present at the site where Meckel's diverticulum would be expected, which was not causing obstruction to the luminal contents. Although it is well known that either of these conditions may coexist with a number of congenital malformations, their concurrent occurrence has never been reported before.

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