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Case Reports
November 1928

INTUSSUSCEPTION DUE TO PAPILLOMA IN A CHILD OF TWENTY-ONE MONTHS

Author Affiliations

SANTA BARBARA, CALIF.
From the Children's Clinic, Santa Barbara, Calif.

Am J Dis Child. 1928;36(5):1017-1019. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1928.01920290145010
Abstract

Papillomas of the rectum are not of infrequent occurrence, and many cases have been reported. Only a few cases of papillomas of the colon have been reported. Papillomas of the small intestine, however, are rare. There is little to be found in the literature of the last twenty-five years on this condition.

Ward1 reported a case of recurrent enteric intussusception in a child due to a simple tumor (adenopapilloma). This is the only case of intussusception caused by a single tumor that I could find reported after an exhaustive search in the literature of the last twenty-five years.

Because this condition is so uncommon and obscure, the following case is reported:

REPORT OF CASE  History.—Shirley B., aged 21 months, white, born Sept. 1, 1924, in the United States, of American parents, was referred to me on June 7, 1926, by Dr. A. Isaacs of Santa Barbara. The family

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