DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2349-2902.isj20192963

A clinical study involving anatomical distribution, pathological patterns and differentiation degrees in population with small bowel tumor

Anil Akulwar, Akshay Akulwar, Siddarth Rao, Ravinder Narang

Abstract


Background: Occurrence of tumor of small bowel is very rare but the burden is in growing state in both more and less economically countries because of consumption of tobacco chewing by youngsters.

Methods: The present studies include diagnosis and treatment of patients reported at tertiary care center of each districts of Vidarbha region and nearby districts for a schedule of six years.

Results: Data refers to female predilection with male to female ratio of 0.75:1. The mean age of incidence for men and women recorded were 35±20.23 and 57±17.91 years respectively. Pain in abdomen was recorded as primary sign in 92.86% cases along with change in bowel habits in 85.71%. Anemia found was related to loss of weight and appetite. Melena and diarrhea were also significant in 65.29 and 14.95% of patients along with presence of mucus in stool in one patient. Pallor and palpable mass in abdomen was characteristic in 42.86% and 14.29% cases. Bowel wall thickening in 71.4% and bowel mass in 28.6% were examined by computer tomography. Intra-abdominal lymphadenopathy along with bowel wall thickening and bowel mass were noticed in one patient. Liver secondary were seen in 3 patients (21.43%). Ileum was most susceptible site of tumor with development of adenocarcinoma malignancy.

Conclusions: Improvement in socioeconomic background, literacy and awareness regarding causative agents helps to control percentage of incidence.


Keywords


Tumor, Small bowel, Melena, Lymphoadenopathy

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