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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In 6 patients the plasty was preceded by a gastrostomy or a feeding jejunostomy. An Analysis of 60 Cases. Rev Prat ; However, a bi-subcostal incision should be preferred in the obese. Predictability of esophageal injury from signs and symptoms: Open Journal of Thoracic Surgery7 Management of foreign bodies of the upper gastrointestinal tract: A high digestive fibroscopy and esogastroduodenal transit demonstrated stenosis of the esophagus in all patients.
Chir Pediatr ; J Pediatr ; The Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, The esophageal plasty was indicated after failure of a dilation with the candles in 2 cases and before impassable stenosis in 7 cases.
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The assembly of the transplant in our patients was isoperistaltic in 5 cases. Prediction of complications following caustic ingestion in adults. Ingestion of corrosive acids. In 9 years, 9 patients aged caustiquws to 53 years were operated for dysphagia following ingestion of caustic substances.
Management of caustic burns of the esophagus in children. References [ 1 ] Fieux, F. The left cervicotomy performed in our patients has the advantage of better exposing the cervical esophagus with a lower risk of involvement of the left recurrent nerve .
Med Chir Dig ; Estomac-Intestin A 10, 12 p. Prediction of bleeding and stricture formation after corrosive ingestion by EUS concurrent with upper endoscopy.
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The esogastroduodenal endoscopy and esogastroduodenal transit make it possible to diagnose caustic lesions, to classify them according to their severity and extent, to assess the prognosis and to provide a therapeutic indication  . It was due to a disunion of the colo-gastric anastomosis in one case and colo-colic in the other.
Symptoms as predictors of esophageal injury. Consequences of caustic ingestions in children. Eur J Pediatr ; The role of fiberoptic endoscopy in the management of corrosive ingestion and modified endoscopic classification of burns.
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Am J Gastroenterol ; However, in diffuse esophageal necrosis stage IIIb lesionsbrrulures management involves an esophagectomy, a cervical esophagostomy associated with a temporary feeding jejunostomy.
The post-operative evolution was enamelled digestkf complications. Ingestion of corrosive substances by adults. Of our 9 patients, six benefited from the treatment of poor nutritional status preoperative by feeding gastrostomy in 3 cases and by feeding jejunostomy in 3 cases. The colon was the transplant of choice used in our patients. A reassessment of the criteria for choosing medical or surgical therapy.
Conflicts of Interest The authors declare no conflicts of interest. Reddy AN, Budhraja M.
To report our experience of the esophageal plasty for caustic stenosis of the esophagus. Caustic burn and carcinoma of the esophagus. Foreign body in the oesophagus: Nasogastric dh as sole treatment of cakstiques esophageal lesions.
Press Med ; Lye corrosion carcinoma of the esophagus. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice, 17, J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg ; The patients characteristics and the type of transplant used are summarized in Table 1. The approach was a median laparotomy associated with left cervicotomy in all patients.