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Jejunal lymphoma – rare presention (clinically resembling acute-appendicitis)

Authors:Ashok Sundarrao Kamble
Int J Biol Med Res. 2012; 3(2): 1837- 1838  |  PDF File

Abstract

ABSTRACT: Acute Abdomen is a commonest emergency in all clinical set up irrespective of geographical position, socio-economical strata and urban or rural set ups. Emergency apendicectomy is the commonest operation in our rural tribal set up. This case is a rare case with a message in it. Here is a case of acute abdomen showed inocent appendix, meckel's was incidental finding and real (culprit) pathology was mass in upper jejunum where surgeon never traces small bowel in emergency apendicectomy operation routinly. This case resembled Acute-Appendicitis but turned out to be a jejunal lymphoma.