enteric intussusception

enteric intussusception

intussusception involving two segments of the small intestine.
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1) Cotton, a general surgeon in Zimbabwe, in response to that conclusion asserted that enteric intussusception in adults in Africa was a relatively common condition and instead of being associated with a malignancy was usually associated with lymphadenopathy from various causes.
In adults, transient asymptomatic enteric intussusception is often noted on imaging and resolves spontaneously without any treatment (2).
In a recent study with 148 adults, 80% of the cases were enteric intussusceptions (1, 6, 8).