➣ Case Report
➣ Asp J Pediatrics Child Health. 2020 Feb 25;2(1):30-33
Mandal KC1, Saha D2, Halder P3*, Chakraborty P3, Debnath B1, Mukhopadhyay B4
1Department of Pediatric Surgery, Dr. B.C.Roy, Post Graduate Institute of Pediatric Sciences (PGIPS), Kolkata 54, West Bengal, India
2Department of Pediatric Medicine, Dr. B.C.Roy, Post Graduate Institute of Pediatric Sciences (PGIPS), Kolkata 54, West Bengal, India
3Department of Pediatric Surgery, R. G. Kar Medical College & Hospital, Kolkata, India
4Senior Consultant Pediatric Surgeon, Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata, India
Corresponding Author: Pankaj Halder, MS, M.Ch
Address: Saroda pally, Baruipur, Kolkata-700144, West Bengal, India; Tel: +09231798777; E-mail: email@example.com
Received date: 24 January 2020; Accepted date: 17 February 2020; Published date: 25 February 2020
Mesenteric cyst is presented as lump abdomen or detected incidentally in ultrasonography for other reason or when it becomes symptomatic due to complications. Spontaneous infection or rupture of the mesenteric cyst and disseminated infections are very rare complications in children. Expeditious diagnosis and surgical excision of the cyst are imperative for fruitful outcome. We report a case of a perforated mesenteric cyst with sepsis and intracerebral haemorrhage in a 9 month child who was managed successfully in our institute.
Citation: Mandal KC, Saha D, Halder P, Chakraborty P, Debnath B, Mukhopadhyay B. Perforated Mesenteric Cyst with Sepsis and Neurological Complication in a 9 Month Old Child. Asp J Pediatrics Child Health. 2020 Feb 25;2(1):30-33.
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Keywords: Mesenteric Cyst; Infection; Ruptured; Marsupialisation; Sepsis; Intracerebral Hemorrhage