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Intussusception is the most common abdominal emergency of early childhood and is usually idiopathic. The vast majority of cases (80%) occur in children less than 2 years, with the most frequent age range being 5-10 months.

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Bottom Line Recommendations

EN REVISION Recommendations de Base: Invagination (2016)

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Timmons Z, Bulloch B & TREKK Network

The purpose of this document is to provide healthcare professionals with key facts and recommendations for the diagnosis and management of intussusception in children. Published online: February 2016. 

Care Pathway: Intussusception Care Pathway

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SickKids

The purpose of this pathway is to assist the health care team with clinical decisions regarding the management of a patient with intussusception.

Quick Glance: Recommendations de Base: Invagination

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Timmons Z, Bulloch B & TREKK Networkd

The purpose of this document is to provide healthcare professionals with key facts and recommendations for the diagnosis and treatment of intussusception in children.

UNDER REVIEW Bottom Line Recommendations: Intussusception

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Timmons Z, Bulloch B & TREKK Network

The purpose of this document is to provide healthcare professionals with key facts and recommendations for the diagnosis and management of intussusception in children. Published online: December 2015.

Bottom Line Recommendations: Intussusception

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Timmons Z, Bulloch B & TREKK Networkd

The purpose of this document is to provide healthcare professionals with key facts and recommendations for the diagnosis and treatment of intussusception in children.

Bottom Line: Intussusception

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Princess Margaret Hospital for Children

This general summary aids in the diagnosis and management of intussusception.