colic intussusception

col·ic in·tus·sus·cep·tion

the ensheathing of one portion of the colon into another.
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Nevertheless, some authors prefer the open technique in colic intussusception, because of the high probability of associated malignant lesions [28].
In most cases, the causes of colic intussusception in adults are malignant disease, whereas the causes of small bowel intussusception are frequently benign (lipoma, polyps, adenomas, and Meckel's diverticulum) (1).
A diagnosis of left colo colic intussusception due to Lipoma was made.