[Lipomas of the mesentery in young children].
H Le Loc'h
Annales de pediatrie
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Lipomas of the small bowel and mesentery are exceedingly rare in young pediatric patients. This article reports a case which underlines the difficulty of establishing this diagnosis before exploratory laparotomy.
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