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Infantile Hemangioma Presenting as Colocolic Intussusception in an Infant Case Report with Review of Pathologic Lead Points

Table 1

Pathologic lead points in intussusceptions. Review of five series.

Banapour (15)Rubinstein (16)Ong (17)Lin (6)Wong (18)n (%)

Meckel’s diverticulum722732876 (46)
Polyps, NOS95721 (13)
Duplication cyst414220 (12)
Lymphoma54110 (6)
Multiple polyps3 (PJS)3 (PJS, FAP)3 (PJS)9 (5)
Lymphoid hyperplasia44 (2)
Vascular lesion12 (hematoma)3 (2)
Neuroendocrine tumor22 (1)
Metastatic tumor1 (EWS)1 (WT)2 (1)
Other12 (HSP)65317 (10)
Total PLPs14 (9%)8 (6%)56 (7%)65 (7%)21 (0.4%)164 (2%)
Total cases1531418029865,0967,025

PJS = Peutz–Jeghers syndrome; FAP = familial adenomatous polyposis; EWS = Ewing sarcoma; WT = Wilms tumor; HSP = Henoch–Schönlein purpura; PLP = pathologic lead point.

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