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Table 1 Reports of cecorectal or cecoanal intussusception

From: Successful treatment of adult cecorectal intussusception caused by cecum cancer with mobile cecum: a case report

Case Author Sex/age Chief complaint Diagnostic modality Type of intussusception Relief invagination Surgical intervention Pathological diagnosis
1 Greif et al M/4 Abdominal pain, prolapse Not specified Cecoanal Unsuccessful Cecal resection Burkitt’s lymphoma
2 Shinoda et al F/29 Diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal pain Barium enema, colonoscopy Cecoanal Manual, enema Cecal resection Well-differentiated adenocarcinoma in villous adenoma
3 Suddiqui et al M/90 Vomiting, abdominal pain CT Cecoanal Not specified Subtotal colectomy Villotubular adenoma
4 Chen et al M/13 Abdominal pain, prolapse CT Cecorectal Not specified Ileocecal resection Hematoma
5 Our case F/71 Upper abdominal pain CT Cecorectal Manual Ileocecal resection Well-differentiated tubular adenocarcinoma in the tubulovillous adenoma