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Post-operative Intussusception, a rare case in pediatric, National Center for Paediatric Surgery, Gezira State, Sudan; 2021
World Journal of Biology Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Intussusception is defined by Treves in 1899 as invagination of segment of bowel into adjacent segment usually proximal into distal. It's a common cause of abdominal emergencies especially in children two years of age and younger. It accounts for 1 in 2000 infants and children and results in intestinal obstruction. Post-operative intussusception is one of the rare etiologies of intestinal obstruction that represents 0.01 to 0.25% after laparotomies and 5 -10% of all early postoperativedoi:10.30574/wjbphs.2021.8.3.0096 fatcat:gt4pcia6pnb6xbwkik6thcjnoe