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Duplicacion intestinal

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By Alejandro Peñarrieta Daher Residente de Cirugía Pediatrica en Hospital Infantil de México Federico Gómez
Wojciech Górecki, Bartosz Bogusz, Andrzej Zając, Piotr Sołtysiak
INTRODUCTION: Enteric duplication (ED) cysts are rare. The commonness of ultrasonographic investigation contributes to an earlier diagnosis of such a pathology before the onset of the first clinical symptoms. A planned mini-invasive surgical treatment during the infancy is proposed. This study presents the possibility and safety of elective laparoscopic or laparoscopy-assisted mini-invasive resection of ileal (IL) and ileocecal (IC) duplications, thus avoiding bowel resection. MATERIALS AND METHODS: A retrospective review was conducted of medical records of 6 patients at the age from 3 to 22 months with the diagnosis of ED, treated in the Department of Pediatric Surgery, Jagiellonian University Medical College, Krakow, Poland, within the period from January 2012 to September 2014...
October 2015: Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques. Part A
Pieralba Catalano, Maria Rita Di Pace, Anna Maria Caruso, Enrico De Grazia, Marcello Cimador
BACKGROUND: Ileocecal (IC) duplication cysts are enteric duplications located at the IC junction, not clearly identified in all the published series. The reported treatment is IC resection and ileocolic anastomosis. It is well known that the loss of the IC valve has several adverse effects. This study is aimed at demonstrating that cyst removal together with the common ileal wall and following enterorrhaphy is possible, safe, and effective in preserving the IC region. METHODS: Medical records of 3 patients who underwent surgery for IC duplication between 2003 and 2013 were retrospectively reviewed evaluating follow-up results...
June 2014: Journal of Pediatric Surgery
Jan Patiño Mayer, Marcos Bettolli
Alimentary tract duplications are rare congenital lesions normally diagnosed in newborns and children that can occur anywhere from the mouth to the anus and have a reported incidence of approximately 1 in 4500 life births. Symptoms and clinical presentation vary greatly. The presentation varies according to age and location. The treatment finally is surgical; total resection when possible should be the aim of the intervention. In pediatric surgery minimally invasive surgical procedures became more and more important over the last decades...
October 21, 2014: World Journal of Gastroenterology: WJG
Naima Rasool, Chaudhry Aqeel Safdar, Asrar Ahmad, Shehla Kanwal
INTRODUCTION: Enteric duplication (ED) is an anomaly with varied presentations and possible involvement of the alimentary tract. Once diagnosed, resection of the lesion and the involved part of the gut is usually required. The aim of this study was to evaluate the clinical presentations, diagnostic investigations, management and outcomes of patients with ED. METHODS: This was a descriptive case study conducted at the Department of Paediatric Surgery, Military Hospital, Rawalpindi, Pakistan, from January 2005 to January 2011...
June 2013: Singapore Medical Journal
Florent Guérin, Guillaume Podevin, Thierry Petit, Manuel Lopez, Pascal de Lagausie, Hubert Lardy, Arnaud Bonnard, François Becmeur, Paul Philippe, Michèle Larroquet, Emmanuel Sapin, Jean Yves Kurzenne, Aurélie le Mandat, Caroline Francois-Fiquet, Jean Gaudin, Ioannis Valioulis, Gérard Morisson-Lacombe, Philippe Montupet, Martine Demarche
BACKGROUND: Alimentary tract duplications (ATD) are a rare cause of intestinal obstruction in childhood. There are many case reports but few series about laparoscopy or thoracoscopy for ATD. The aim of our study was to report the outcome of minimally invasive surgery (MIS) for ATD. METHODS: This was a retrospective multicenter study from the GECI (Groupe d'Etude en Coeliochirurgie Infantile). We reviewed the charts of 114 patients operated on by MIS for ATD from 1994 to 2009...
October 2012: Surgical Endoscopy
Marcelo Martinez-Ferro, Pablo Laje, Lisandro Piaggio
During the last years, several thoracic and abdominal enteric duplications were resected in our institution by means of minimally invasive approaches [Rev Cir Infantil 1999;9(2):113-115]. Our last patient, however, had a giant thoraco-abdominal duodenal duplication, extending from the upper thoracic cavity to the pelvis, in a dumbbell fashion. Forty days after birth, a combined "thoraco-laparoscopy" was performed, achieving a complete resection of the cyst. The diaphragmatic defect was repaired as well. Recovery was uneventful...
September 2005: Journal of Pediatric Surgery
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