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Congenital pouch colon and segmental dilatation of the colon: A report of two unusual cases

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Author(s): Puri Archana | Choudhury Subhashis | Yadav Partap | Grover Jitendra | Pant Nitin | Chadha Rajiv

Journal: Journal of Indian Association of Pediatric Surgeons
ISSN 0971-9261

Volume: 16;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 61;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: Anorectal malformation | congenital pouch colon | duplication of colon | segmental dilatation of colon

ABSTRACT
This report describes two unusual cases of anorectal malformation. The first had a type III congenital pouch colon with a colovesical fistula. In the other very similar case, segmental dilatation of the colon was present along with penoscrotal hypospadias and, distally, a length of normal colon ending in a rectourethral fistula. In both patients, the appendix was short, stubby and a Y-shaped duplication of the normal colon was present just proximal to the dilated segment of colon.
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