Manoj H Mulchandani

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BACKGROUND Gastrointestinal autonomic nerve tumours are uncommon stromal tumours of the intestinal tract. They can involve any part of the gastrointestinal system, but are very rarely seen in the rectum. CASE PRESENTATION We report a unique case of rectal schwannoma with associated synchronous adenocarcinoma of the splenic flexure and adenoma of the(More)
Foreign body ingestion in children is common. Most items pass spontaneously, however rarer cases may result in obstruction and or perforation. Ingestion of multiple magnetic items can be more troublesome, as a consequence of the ability of the items to attract across different sections of bowel, or by coalescing to form a larger foreign body. Very few cases(More)
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