Histopathology: its role in the diagnosis of a child with intussusception.

Abstract

Spontaneous expulsion of a small portion of the intestinal mucosa per rectum, in an infant, associated with ileocolic intussusception is an extremely rare condition. This appears to be the first report of such a clinical presentation. The initial diagnosis was raised by the histopathologist following examination of the eliminated piece of tissue. Subsequent… (More)

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