Duodenal duplication cyst in a 52-year-old man: A challenging diagnosis and management

International Journal of Surgery Case Reports
Ali Al-HarakeMohomad Chour

Abstract

Duodenal duplication is a rare congenital malformation. Although more frequent in childhood, it may rarely be observed in adulthood. Pre-operative diagnosis can be difficult. We report the case of a 52-year-old man with a duodenal duplication cyst, who was misdiagnosed even after a primary surgery. Definitive treatment needed an extensive diagnostic workup and a second delicate operation. This article discusses the incidence of duodenal duplications, their types, their clinical presentations, the radiologic and diagnostic features along with different therapeutic options. Duodenal duplication should always be one of the differential diagnoses proposed when approaching upper abdominal cystic formations.

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