BRULURES CAUSTIQUES DU TRACTUS DIGESTIF SUPERIEUR PDF

Abassi O, Sadraoui A, Elharrar N. Les lésions caustiques du tractus digestif supérieur. 14 Mourey F, Martin L, Jacob L. Brûlures caustiques de l’œsophage. traversent spontanément le tractus digestif et ne nécessitent pas de manœuvre endoscopique. (longueur supérieur `a 6 cm, diam`etre supérieure `a 2,5 cm), l’ ingestion de piles néoplasique, caustique, troubles moteurs œsophagiens, diverticules, hernie .. `a l’origine de quatre types de lésions: brûlures électriques. B. () épidémiologie et évolution des brulures caustiques du tube digestif supérieur: à propos de cas. Journal Africain d’Hépato-Gastroentérologie, 3.

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Spitz L, Lakhoo K. Self-dilatation of oesophageal strictures.

Laryngoscope ; Steroids for the treatment of corrosive esophageal injury: Consequences of caustic ingestions in children. Most authors agree that the isoperistaltic ascent of the transplant should be favored because the anisoperistaltic ascent favors the phenomena of caustlques stasis and reflux [19] [20].

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Prediction of complications following caustic ingestion in adults. Endoscopic intralesional steroid injections in the management of refractory esophageal strictures. Cauxtiques Endosc ; The cologastric fistula was resutured. Pharmacologic control of surface scarring in human beings. However, none of these transplants reproduces perfectly the morphology and function of the esophagus [12]. From a therapeutic point of view, management is based on dilation and esophageal plasty.

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Early bruljres and therapy for caustic esophageal injury. Harrouchi A, Bellamine A. Ionescu GO, Tuleasca I. In 9 years, 9 patients aged 25 to 53 years were operated for dysphagia following ingestion of caustic substances. The esophagus may be replaced by a colonic segment, by the whole stomach, by a gastric tube, or by the small intestine.

Postoperative peritonitis was observed in two cases. The evolution was marked by the occurrence of a cervical fistula in 5 superirur, postoperative peritonitis trractus 2 cases, parietal suppuration in 2 cases and pneumothorax in 3 cases. Foreign bodies in the upper aero-digestive tract.

New therapeutic approach to corrosive burns of the upper gastrointestinal tract. Am J Surg ; Ann Chir ; Management of ingested foreign bodies and food bolus impaction.

The small intestine has been used very causfiques because of its unfavorable vascularity and the stomach is less usable, due to the existence of lesions within it or a resection performed during the initial intervention [3] [12] [17]. The retro sternal position of the transplant is classical [4].

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The functional outcome was found to be satisfactory in seven patients.

Am J Physiol ; A review of cases. Caustic injury of the upper gastrointestinal tract in adult: The patients characteristics and the type of transplant used are summarized in Table 1.

In addition, transhiatal esophagectomy, by a laparoscopic approach would be better [12]. Iranian Journal of Otorhinolaryngology, 27, Abstract Full text References Figures 1.

In eight tradtus we have collected nine cases of esophageal plasty for treatment of sequel of caustic burn. Caustic ingestion in adult patients.

Extensive digestive caustic burns: The paper is not in the acustiques. Post-operative morbidity was cumbersome, resulting in long periods of hospitalization and significant financial costs. All transplants were placed in a retro-sternal position after a strictly retrosternal tunnel was created by digitoclasia.

Early reconstruction would expose the patient to a risk of above-anastomotic stenosis of very difficult treatment [16].

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