DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2349-2902.isj20193366

Jejunal atresia presenting as meconium cyst with polysplenia in a newborn: an extremely rare association

Rashi ., Kalyani Saha Basu, Samiran Biswas, Shibsankar Barman

Abstract


Jejunal atresia (JA) presenting as meconium cyst with polysplenia is an extremely rare condition. We reported a case presenting with abdominal distension and feculent vomiting. Exploration revealed a type IV JA with dilated proximal segment presented as a large cyst filled with air and meconium. Polysplenia diagnosed incidentally.


Keywords


Jejunal atresia, Polysplenia, Meconium cyst

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