Background: Sarcomatoid carcinoma (SCA) of the jejunum is an extremely rare malignancy of the small intestine, with only about 20 cases reported to date. This type of cancer has features of both epithelial and mesenchymal tumors. Case Presentation: This case report describes a male patient in his 70s who presented with recurrent episodes of passage of melena. Conclusion: The diagnosis of SCA was confirmed by immunohistochemistry and this case emphasizes the course and metastatic nature of the tumor including constraints surrounding management.
Keywords: Sarcomatoid carcinoma, jejunum, melena, small intestine, case report.