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1/1. ganglioneuroma of small intestine presenting with perforation peritonitis.

    We report a 42-year-old man with benign solitary small intestinal ganglioneuroma presenting with perforation peritonitis. The patient had no evidence of men IIB syndrome. Simple segmental resection was done; the patient is well on follow up one year later.
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