RECTAL DUPLICATION CYST IN PREVIOUS ANORECTAL MALFORMATION AND DOWN SYNDROME

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A. Burgio *
F. Ferrara
E. Cerchia
E. Brandigi
R. Angotti
F. Molinaro
M. Messina
(*) Corresponding Author:
A. Burgio | office@pagepress.org

Abstract

Gastrointestinal (GI) tract duplications are rare congenital malformations. Most of them occur in the ileum and only 1-5%, of all duplication, were in the rectum. Different clinical features including chronic constipation, rectal prolapsed or polips. We report on a 4-years-old girl with Down syndrome and anorectal malformation (ARM) who was found to have a rectal duplication cyst.

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