P. Ashok1, V. Manmadha Rao2, Chandana3
Gastrojejunostomy was one of most frequently performed surgical procedure 2-3 decades back before the era of proton pump inhibitors. Though other complications are more common, retrograde jejunogastric intussusception is a rare serious complication with few cases reported in world literature. Early diagnosis and high index of suspicion can dramatically reduce the mortality as this condition may lead to strangulation. We report a case of 55 year old man with history of gastrojejunostomy done 21 years back found to have retrograde jejunojejunogastric intussusecption that was managed successfully with dismantling of gastrojejunostomy and pyloroplasty.