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Jejunal tubulovillous adenomas are a rare entity among the benign small bowel tumors. Usually they are found at the duodenum, ileum and jejunum respectively. They are for the most part asymptomatic. We present a case of jejunal tubulovillous adenomas with abdominal pain. The investigations include a plain These revealed a tumor located at the jejunum. The patient resection was performed. The procedure was uneventful. The change was observed.
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