Malignant duodenocolic fistula: report of two cases, each with one or more other synchronous gastointestinal cancers.

@article{Vieta1976MalignantDF,
  title={Malignant duodenocolic fistula: report of two cases, each with one or more other synchronous gastointestinal cancers.},
  author={J O Vieta and Ricardo Blanco and Giovanna Valentini},
  journal={Diseases of the colon and rectum},
  year={1976},
  volume={19 6},
  pages={542-52}
}
Two patients had duodenocolic fistulas, each following a carcinoma of the colon in the area of the hepatic flexure that had perforated into the duodenum. The first patient was treated by a radical pancreatoduodenectomy with right colectomy; the second by subtotal colectomy with excision of the duodenal wall and suture. Both patients are alive and without evidence of recurrent disease. In addition, the first patient had two other primary carcinomas, in the cecum and in the stomach, and the… CONTINUE READING