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Non-lead point intussusceptions are assumed to be secondary to dysrhythmic peristalsis and are commonly seen in patients with inflammatory bowel disease.
An intraluminal tumor, submucosal edema or any process that causes dysrhythmic contractions may initiate intussusception.
van Marle, "Rhythmic and dysrhythmic thalamocortical dynamics: GABA systems and the edge effect," Trends in Neurosciences, vol.
In cases where no lead point is identified, intussusception may be due to submucosal bowel edema, fibrous adhesions or dysrhythmic contractions [1].
These dysrhythmic events also remain unexplained with respect to their predisposing risk factors and long-term impact.