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Med J Bakirkoy. 2015; 11(4): 173-176


Small bowel inflammatory fibroid polyp with suspicion of malignancy: case report

Ömer Yalkın, Fatih Altıntoprak, Muzaffer Yıldırım.

Abstract
Inflammatory fibroid polyps (Vanek’s tumor) is a rare benign polypoid lesions of the gastrointestinal tract. Although often localized in the stomach, can be seen in anywhere along the gastrointestinal tract. Clinical findings and treatment options ar vary depending on the size and localization of these lesions. Two patients with ages of 60 and 53 were admitted to the emergency department with complaint of abdominal pain, and they were treated by surgery with the diagnosis of small bowel mass.

Key words: Fibroid polyp, Vanek’s tumor, small bowel, invagination



Malignite şüphesi uyandıran ince barsak inflamatuar fibroid polipi: Olgu sunumu

Özet
İnflamatuar fibroid polipler (Vanek tümörü) gastrointestinal sistemin nadir görülen benign polipoid lezyonlarıdır. Sıklıkla mide yerleşimli olmakla birlikte tüm gastrointestinal sistemde görülebilirler. Klinik bulguları ve tedavi seçenekleri lezyonun lokalizasyonuna ve boyutuna göre değişmektedir. 60 ve 53 yaşlarındaki erkek hastalar acil servise karın ağrısı şikayeti ile başvurdular. Radyolojik incelemelerinde ince barsakta kitle saptanan hastalar cerrahi olarak tedavi edildiler. Olgular; nadir görülen iflamatuar fibroid poliplerin benign olmalarına rağmen ameliyat öncesi dönemde klinik ve radyolojik olarak malignite şüphesi oluşturabilen lezyonlar olduğu hatrılatmak amacıyla sunulmuştur.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Fibroid polip, Vanek tümörü, ince barsak, invaginasyon



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