10 - A rare complication of colon carsinoma: Gastrocolic Fistula
Ali Kalyoncu, Ediz Altınlı, Birol Ağca, Uygar Demir, Tülay Eroğlu, Mehmet Mihmanlı
In this case report, 55 years old woman with a mass in transverse colon that invades stomach was evaluated. Patient complains abdominal pain and vomiting for three years and 5 kg weight loss for two months. A fistula in stomach with faeces and a mass in transverse colon was determined with endoscopic studies. During the operation a colonic mass that invades the stomach was found out and transverse colon resection, hemigastrectomy was carried out and operation was finished with gastroduodenostomy, colonic anastomosis. The case was evaluated because of gastrocolic fistula of colonic carsinoma is a rare situation.
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