Intestinal intussusception as a presenting feature of choledochocele

Abstract

Choledochocele is a rare form of choledochal cyst [1, 2]. Usually, it manifests clinically with epigastric pain of colic type, jaundice, and/or pancreatitis. Occasionally, a palpable mass may be found. We describe two cases of intestinal intussusception as a presenting feature of choledochocele. 
DOI: 10.1007/BF01888778

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@article{Ramos1990IntestinalIA, title={Intestinal intussusception as a presenting feature of choledochocele}, author={Andr{\'e}s Ramos and J. Campos - Castell{\'o} and Isabel T. Pinto}, journal={Gastrointestinal Radiology}, year={1990}, volume={15}, pages={211-214} }