[Acute jejunogastric intussusception].Rev Paul Med. 1990 Jan-Feb; 108(1):42-4.RP
The authors present one case of type III jejunogastric intussusception that occurred on the 9th post-gastrectomy day. They compare this case to five others seen at the same hospital in the last nine years. They discuss the rarity of this complication that can only be resolved surgically, the importance of early diagnosis for the favorable clinical evolution, and the surgical technique used. They stress the need to include jejunogastric intussusception in the differential diagnosis of high intestinal obstruction in gastrectomized patients both in the early and in the late post-operative period.