Intussusception in the pediatric age group is usually idiopathic in Origin, and in a small number a of patients ranging from 2% to 12%, a pathological lesion as a leading point is identifiable.
Of the variety of pathological lesion as leading points for intussusception, Meckel's diverticulum is the most common, and very rarely, isolated heterotopic pancreas of the ileum. This is a case report of intussusception in an infant caused by an isolated heterotopic pancreas of the ileum. The literature on the subject is also reviewed
Alic Jacobz ,Alic Jacobz ,Akhtar Nawaz ,Hillal Matta ,Ahmed Al Salem ,
Intussusception secondary to isolated heterotopic pancreas of the ileum: case report and review of the literature,
Ann_Saudi Med. 2002;
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