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Rawal Medical Journal
Periodical of Pakistan Medical Association Rawalpindi Islamabad Branch
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Ectopic enterobius vermicularis in mesenteric lymph node in a child presented with intestinal obstruction

Khadiga A. Ismail, Noha A. leboudy, Nehal A. Radwan, Faten Wagdy.

Abstract
Enterobius vermicularis (pin worm) is rarely found outside the gastro-intestinal tract. We describe a case of extra-intestinal pinworm in a child presented with intestinal obstruction and Meckel′s diverticulum were diagnosed. Resection and anastomosis was performed. Histopathological examination of one of mesenteric lymph nodes revealed ectopic Entrobius vermicularis worm surrounded by graulomatous reaction .Based on pathological findings, it is likely that the pinworms obtained access via the lymphatic pathway

Key words: Enterobius vermicularis, Intestinal obstruction



How to Cite this Article
Pubmed Style

Ismail KA, leboudy NA, Radwan NA, Wagdy F. Ectopic enterobius vermicularis in mesenteric lymph node in a child presented with intestinal obstruction. RMJ. 2012; 37(1): 54-55.



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Ismail KA, leboudy NA, Radwan NA, Wagdy F. Ectopic enterobius vermicularis in mesenteric lymph node in a child presented with intestinal obstruction. www.scopemed.org/?mno=11847 [Access: August 31, 2014].



AMA (American Medical Association) Style

Ismail KA, leboudy NA, Radwan NA, Wagdy F. Ectopic enterobius vermicularis in mesenteric lymph node in a child presented with intestinal obstruction. RMJ. 2012; 37(1): 54-55.



Vancouver/ICMJE Style

Ismail KA, leboudy NA, Radwan NA, Wagdy F. Ectopic enterobius vermicularis in mesenteric lymph node in a child presented with intestinal obstruction. RMJ. (2012), [cited August 31, 2014]; 37(1): 54-55.



Harvard Style

Ismail, K. A., leboudy, N. A., Radwan, N. A. & Wagdy, F. (2012) Ectopic enterobius vermicularis in mesenteric lymph node in a child presented with intestinal obstruction. RMJ, 37 (1), 54-55.



Turabian Style

Ismail, Khadiga A., Noha A. leboudy, Nehal A. Radwan, and Faten Wagdy. 2012. Ectopic enterobius vermicularis in mesenteric lymph node in a child presented with intestinal obstruction. Rawal Medical Journal, 37 (1), 54-55.



Chicago Style

Ismail, Khadiga A., Noha A. leboudy, Nehal A. Radwan, and Faten Wagdy. "Ectopic enterobius vermicularis in mesenteric lymph node in a child presented with intestinal obstruction." Rawal Medical Journal 37 (2012), 54-55.



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Ismail, Khadiga A., Noha A. leboudy, Nehal A. Radwan, and Faten Wagdy. "Ectopic enterobius vermicularis in mesenteric lymph node in a child presented with intestinal obstruction." Rawal Medical Journal 37.1 (2012), 54-55. Print.



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Ismail, K. A., leboudy, N. A., Radwan, N. A. & Wagdy, F. (2012) Ectopic enterobius vermicularis in mesenteric lymph node in a child presented with intestinal obstruction. Rawal Medical Journal, 37 (1), 54-55.



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