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Colo-Colic Invagination on Lipoma

DOI: 10.4236/ss.2017.84022, PP. 191-195

Keywords: Bowel Obstruction, Colic Lipoma, Intussusception, Surgery

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Intussusception in adults is rare and accounts for 1% to 5% of cases of acute bowel obstruction. Moreso, colic intussusception remains exceptional in adults and is usually secondary to an endoluminal lesion. Abdominal intestinal lipomas are rarely responsible for colonic invagination. They are often located on the caecum or the ascending colon and rarely on the left colon. We report the case of colo-colic invagination on a descending colon lipoma in a 50-year-old woman.

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