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Celiac disease presenting as entero-enteral intussusception

G Martinez, N R Israel, J J White
Pediatric Surgery International 2001, 17 (1): 68-70
Cramping abdominal pain with intermittent intestinal obstruction finally prompted investigation in a 4 1/2-year-old boy with severe failure to thrive (FTT). An entero-enteric intussusception was corrected, and celiac disease was identified as the cause of his inanition. Concomitant FTT and cramping abdominal pain should prompt investigation for celiac disease and small-bowel intussusception.

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