DUPLICATION OESOPHAGIENNE PDF

It is the second most common gastrointestinal tract duplication after that of the ileum. A partial duplication is more common. As a congenital abnormality, it is usually identified soon after birth, if symptomatic. Presentation of large duplication cysts usually occurs in the newborn or infant, with symptoms referable to pressure on the adjacent lung or esophagus, leading to:. The duplicated segment has a thick wall of smooth muscle and is lined with alimentary tract mucosa. The lining mucosa may be the same as that in the segment it parallels, or may be similar to the mucosa lining some other portion of the alimentary tract - frequently, gastric mucosa, in which case peptic ulceration of the duplication is a common finding.

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It is the second most common gastrointestinal tract duplication after that of the ileum. A partial duplication is more common. As a congenital abnormality, it is usually identified soon after birth, if symptomatic. Presentation of large duplication cysts usually occurs in the newborn or infant, with symptoms referable to pressure on the adjacent lung or esophagus, leading to:. The duplicated segment has a thick wall of smooth muscle and is lined with alimentary tract mucosa.

The lining mucosa may be the same as that in the segment it parallels, or may be similar to the mucosa lining some other portion of the alimentary tract - frequently, gastric mucosa, in which case peptic ulceration of the duplication is a common finding.

Most often, duplications are spherical cysts that rarely make an impression on the esophagus and are usually located in the right hemithorax. In cystic esophageal duplication, the esophagogram shows the esophagus to be displaced to the side opposite the mass i.

Duplication cysts appear as sharply marginated masses with homogeneous fluid density. No enhancement is visible after intravenous contrast administration. For a partial cystic duplication consider any posterior or middle mediastinal mass , including:. Please Note: You can also scroll through stacks with your mouse wheel or the keyboard arrow keys.

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Article information. Systems: Chest , Gastrointestinal. Tags: oesophagus , refs. Synonyms or Alternate Spellings: Esophageal duplication Duplication of the oesophagus Duplication of the esophagus. Support Radiopaedia and see fewer ads. Cases and figures. Case 2 Case 2. Imaging differential diagnosis. Bronchogenic cyst Bronchogenic cyst. Loading more images Close Please Note: You can also scroll through stacks with your mouse wheel or the keyboard arrow keys.

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Duplication œsophagienne

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Duplication œsophagienne à révélation néonatale. À propos de 2 cas

Oesophageal duplication is a rare form of digestive duplication. This congenital malformation can be asymptomatic or manifest itself through respiratory signs due to airway compression. We report 2 cases of oesophageal duplication discovered in the neonatal period. In both cases, symptoms were dominated by respiratory distress and vomiting. Diagnosis was confirmed by oesophageal contrast X-rays, which revealed a total tubular form in the 1st case and a cystic form in the 2nd case. Oesophageal duplication is a rare abnormality of benign nature, which can be revealed in neonatal period by a noisy compression picture. Diagnosis of this abnomaly should trigger a search for other digestive duplications, as well as associated malformations, in particular vertebral.

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