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Polypoid gastric heterotopia causing small bowel intussusception

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Abstract

A case of polypoid heterotopic gastric mucosa in the jejunum presenting as intussusception is presented and the pertinent literature is reviewed.

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Correspondence to John S. Wills M.D..

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Santos, R., Wills, J.S. Polypoid gastric heterotopia causing small bowel intussusception. Gastrointest Radiol 2, 123–124 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02256482

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Key words

  • Heterotopia, gastric
  • Intussusception, small bowel