Unknown jejunal polyposis after duodeno-jejunostomy of the early descending part of the duodenum.78 y.o., m patient with status post proximal duodeno-jejunal anastomosis (I could not find any more details about the whens and whys). Patient came in for follow CT-scan of chest and abdomen for tumour recurrence in the right nephric space after right nephrectomy due to RCC. The locally recurrent tumour invades the liver, the posterior abdominal wall and muscles as well as the ascending colon and the proximal jejunum. As an incidental finding we noticed the wall thickened jejunum full to the brim with tons of polyps, I have never seen the like before. Who knows, what this is? Whoever is interested, I can send you a 800 kb quicktime movie! Dr. Hanns-Georg Heidecker Consultant Radiologist.
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