Intussusception associated with transient hypertension.


A three-month-old infant presented with vomiting, lethargy, and hypertension. Abdominal ultrasound suggested the diagnosis of intussusception, which was confirmed by barium enema. Hypertension, previously unreported with intussusception, only resolved after surgical resection of the lesion. 


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