Hemosuccus pancreaticus is to be considered in children with
CASE REPORT
A 3-year-old boy presented with recurrent episodes of hematochezia and melena of varying severity, associated with abdominal pain and progressive pallor of 6 months duration requiring multiple blood transfusions.
At one and half years of age, he was conservatively treated for acute pancreatitis presenting with ascites. Clinically he was anemic (Hb 7 g/dL), and undernourished (weight and height below 3rd centile). Systemic examination was normal. Provisional diagnosis of Hemosuccus pancreaticus was considered and investigated. Liver function tests, serum amylase, lipase, and renal function tests were normal. Upper endoscopy on three different occasions and colonoscopy on two occasions were not contributory...

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