Ileocecal valve-sparing surgery for duplication cysts in the terminal ileum: two case reports and literature review View Full Text


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2022-07-06

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Koichi Deguchi, Ryuta Saka, Miho Watanabe, Kazunori Masahata, Motonari Nomura, Masafumi Kamiyama, Takehisa Ueno, Yuko Tazuke, Hiroomi Okuyama

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BackgroundDuplication cysts close to the ileocecal valve are usually treated with ileocecal resection. However, loss of the ileocecal valve will lead to problems, especially in infants. Mucosectomy of the cyst would be a better alternative that preserves the ileocecal valve. We report two cases of duplication cyst in the terminal ileum successfully treated with mucosectomy.Case presentationCase 1. A 3-month-old boy with bilious emesis and abdominal distention was referred to our hospital with a diagnosis of small bowel obstruction caused by an abdominal cyst. Computed tomography revealed a cystic mass compressing the terminal ileum and causing mechanical small bowel obstruction. His general condition deteriorated quickly; emergency laparotomy was performed. Although the small intestines were dilated and partially twisted, there was no necrosis. Following intestinal decompression, a cystic mass adjacent to the terminal ileum was confirmed on the mesenteric side. Cyst mucosectomy was performed to preserve the ileocecal valve. Case 2. A 5-month-old boy with sudden onset of hematochezia was referred to our hospital with a diagnosis of intussusception. Following unsuccessful contrast enemas, emergency surgery was performed. A cystic mass adjacent to the terminal ileum was confirmed; there was no intussusception. Cyst mucosectomy was performed. Both patients had an uneventful postoperative course.ConclusionsCyst mucosectomy, which preserves the ileocecal valve, is safe and effective for treating duplication cysts in the terminal ileum. More... »

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