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Case report: Sigmoid schwannoma as the lead point for intussusception in an adult patient with neurofibromatosis

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  • Neurofibromatosis
  • Sigmoid Schwannoma
  • Adult
  • Colon
  • Intussusception
  • Medical Genetics
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  • Education

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Case report: Sigmoid schwannoma as the lead point for intussusception in an adult patient with neurofibromatosis Thomas Jefferson University Jefferson Digital Commons Department of Medicine Faculty Papers Department of Medicine August 2006 Case report: Sigmoid schwannoma as the lead point for intussusception in an adult patient with neurofibromatosis Roger Coron Thomas Jefferson University, [email protected] Herve Boucard Robert Richards Let us know how access to this document benefits you Follow this and additional works at: http://jdc.jefferson.edu/medfp Part of the Medical Genetics Commons This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Jefferson Digital Commons. The Jefferson Digital Commons is a service of Thomas Jefferson University's Academic & Instructional Support & Resources Department (AISR). The Commons is a showcase for Jefferson books and journals, peer-reviewed scholarly publications, unique historical collections from the University archives, and teaching tools. The Jefferson Digital Commons allows researchers and interested readers anywhere in the world to learn about and keep up to date with Jefferson scholarship. This article has been accepted for inclusion in Department of Medicine Faculty Papers by an authorized administrator of the Jefferson Digital Commons. For more information, please contact: [email protected] Recommended Citation Coron, Roger; Boucard, Herve; and Richards, Robert, "Case report: Sigmoid schwannoma as the lead point for intussusception in an adult patient with neurofibromatosis" (2006). Department of Medicine Faculty Papers. Paper 8. http://jdc.jefferson.edu/medfp/8 Authors: Roger Coron, MD, Herve Boucard, MD, and Robert Richards, MD Case Report: Sigmoid Schwannoma as the Lead Point for Intussusception in an Adult Patient with Neurofibromatosis Adult colonic intussusception is rare and when it occurs over 65% of cases are related to neoplasms.1 Neurofib

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