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When approaching a mediastinal abnormality in a child, awareness of normal structures that may mimic a mass, such as the thymus, and knowledge of mediastinal masses that are more common in children, such as neuroblastoma, lymphoma, congenital foregut duplication cysts and congenital vascular abnormalities will be helpful.
Gastric foregut duplication cyst is a rare disease of the upper gastrointestinal system tract and constitutes 2%-4% of the gastrointestinal system duplications (1).
A case of ileal duplication cyst lined by ciliated and squamous epithelium.
Intestinal obstruction caused by a duplication cyst of the cecum in neonate.
sup][5] Surgical removal of intestinal duplication cysts achieves better results, even when these cysts are found incidentally, as untreated patients often develop further complications.
Clinical manifestations in adults of duodenal duplication cyst are usually nonspecific and may easily be misinterpreted.
Surgical excision of the duplication cyst is the treatment of choice for both symptomatic and asymptomatic cysts.
A rare entity, the foregut duplication cyst most often has been identified within the pediatric population.
Foregut duplication cysts are currently classified into two broad subtypes--bronchial-oesophageal cysts (formerly classified as bronchogenic and enterogenous separately) and neuroenteric cysts.
A duodenal duplication cyst (DDC) is an extremely uncommon congenital malformation which in the majority of cases is diagnosed in the first two decades of life.