La demostración por TCMD de la intususcepción en el adulto. Anales de Radiología México ; 8 (3). Language: Español References: Page: Abstract. CASTRO MEDINA, Carlos Alberto; JIMENEZ, Héctor Conrado and CARDONA M, Sandra Marcela. Clinical case presentation: Diagnosis and treatment. Abstract. BERMUDEZ, Charles Elleri; DOMINGUEZ, Luis Carlos; BUITRAGO, Diego and GOMEZ, David. Intususcepción intestinal en adultos por lesiones.
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The most accurate complementary test for preoperative diagnosis for most patients was abdominal CT.
Intususcepción idiopática en el adulto: presentación de caso clínico, diagnóstico y tratamiento
Aguayo-Albasini General Surgery Department. It is often difficult to get to aprecisepre-operativediagnosis. In the colon the possibility of malignancy is greater 5,7,8 usually adenocarcinomas. There were only two patients in whom diagnosis was established intraoperatively: Dandy Walker malfor- ger.
The type of operation varied according to location, lesion size, cause of lead point for invagination, and bowel viability. Subacute intestinal obstruction secondary to colonic lipoma intussusception.
The most reliable diagnostic technique was computed tomography 8 diagnoses em 10 CT scans. The patient was discharged in goodmedical and surgicalconditions after 15 days. The present review highlights the analysis of patients in whom conservative management was chosen due to the absence of clinical manifestations and of a demonstrable lesion as lead point of invagination.
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CT 8 from 10 cases were diagnosed correctlyabdominal ultrasonography 6 preoperative diagnoses of the 12 who received itopaque enema 2 diagnoses of the 4 tests performedcolonoscopy 2 diagnoses from 5 testsdouble balloon enteroscopy a single case and a single correct diagnosisand intestinal transit with no diagnosis. Radiol Clin North Am ; 41 6: Invaginations were ileocolic in 8 cases the most commonavultos in 5, and colocolic in 2 coexistence of 2 lesions in one patient.
In the small bowel they are characterized as benign lesions such as adultps, lipomas, leiomyomas, inflammatory adenomas, Meckel’s diverticulums, adhesions, etc. A retrospective descriptive study was conducted on all patients aged over 16 years intususcepciin were diagnosed with intestinal invagination, both preoperatively and postoperatively, between January and January in any of the clinical departments at Morales Meseguer University Hospital Murcia, Spaina center serving a population of aroundinhabitants.
Intususcepción intestinal en adultos por lesiones benignas
The present review aims to show our hospital’s year experience with this condition: The patient progressed satisfactorily but the hospital stay was prolonged by con-comitant diseases such as diabetes, pleural effusion. Ann Chir ; 8: Intraoperative direct neuroen- Greenberg MS. Patients and methods A retrospective descriptive study was conducted on all patients aged over 16 years who were diagnosed with intestinal invagination, both preoperatively and postoperatively, between January and January in any of the clinical departments at Morales Meseguer University Hospital Murcia, Spaina center serving a population of aroundinhabitants.
Enteric invaginations intususcecpion benign in 3 of the cases and malignant in 2. However, the etiology is difficult to determine in a preoperative study, since edema or hemorrhagic intussusception may simulate a mass at this level 12which is why the etiological diagnosis will be established either with other biopsy-related tests or during pathological examination after sampling.
The lesion disappeared after 3 days to 6 weeks in patients with conservative management. No aire en ampolla rectal.
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In the four patients diagnosed radiologically who did not undergo surgery half of the invaginations were enteric and resolved spontaneously, as shown by subsequent ultrasonography or CT follow-ups at 2 and 3 weeks ; furthermore, both were a casual finding one during complementary tests for a recently diagnosed Crohn’s disease, and one during the study of a different non-digestive abdominal pathology.
The Practice of Neurosurgery. Pediatr Neuro- in the management of dandy walker mal- surg New York Berlin Heidelberg, J Emerg Med ; 9: Figura 1 y 2.
This suggests the possibility of spontaneous invaginations with a still unknown incidence and a conservative treatment as yet not promulgated by many surgeons However, the tests that yielded diagnostic accuracy in order of frequency were: Diagnosis and management of Dandy Walker malforma- tions: Al tacto rectal no pre-gran intensidad, localizado en epigastrio sencia de heces, ni masas palpable.