Small bowel intussusception is a rare congenital disease entity, mostly manifesting before the age of two with abdominal pain and acute intestinal obstruction. In adults, colon intussusception is a rare event causing approximately 1% of all acute intestinal obstructions and they can occur idiopathically in adults or due to an intraluminal tumor mass. We report a case of an enterogenous cyst causing intussusception and iron deﬁciency anemia in an adult treated by surgical excision and resection of the small bowel.
Shah N, Lizardo-Escaño T, Shaaban H, Dhadham G, Karki A, Spira R. Enterogenous cyst of the small bowel causing intussusception in an adult: Case report and review of literature. Journal of Natural Science, Biology, and Medicine. 2015;6(1):208-10.