El tiempo promedio de seguimiento para este grupo fue de 12 meses. Finalmente el tercer grupo, de un total de 24 pacientes, se considerу buena respuesta en 20 En 3 pacientes Encontramos fracaso en un paciente 4. En general, si unimos los tres grupos se encontrу que de los 58 pacientes que ingresaron a nuestro estudio, se obtuvo buena respuesta en el tratamiento con DE en 42 pacientes

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Esophageal motility in patients with esophageal caustic injury. A forgotten social and health challenge in developing countries. Corrosive injury of esocagica stomach and esophagus by nonphosphate detergents.

Ingestion of caustic agents. Caustic ingestion CI in children and adolescents may lead to esophageal burns, esophageal stenosis and secondary dysphagia. Informed consent was obtained from the parents or guardians. Data related to the nutritional status in children with caustic esophageal burns are scarce. The procedure was performed under endoscopic and radiological guidance. The mean z-score in 24 children with dysphagia was Eur J Pediatr ; The clinical significance of these findings should be weighed within the framework of a symptom dysphagia and an anatomical abnormality stenosiswhich may have a chronic outcome and in many cases will not be entirely resolved.

A dynamic triangle in review. The distance between the acromion and the olecranon was measured with a fiberglass tape and the midpoint between these two spots was marked. Long-term follow-up of children with esophageal caustic stenosis. Ingestion of corrosive acids. Endoscopy performed upon admission revealed that four children 6. Contini S, Scarpignato C. The mean z-scores of the arm anthropometric indicators were compared according to the presence or absence of dysphagia or esophageal stenosis Table II.

A critique of systemic steroids in the management of caustic esophageal burns pr children. Bull World Health Organ ; Caustic esophageal lesions in chilhood: Delayed gastric emptying in patients with caustic ingestion. The study protocol was approved by the Hospital Research and Ethics Committee No migration or other short-term complications were observed. J Pediatr Surg ; Cir Pediatr, 6pp. Rev Med Chil,pp. There was a problem providing the content you requested Two residual stenosis measuring 1 cm were identified at the cricopharyngeal sphincter level and 3 cm above the cardias Fig.

Intraesophageal stent in the prevention of stenosis caused by caustic ingestion. Hum Exp Toxicol, 13pp. Self-expanding esophageal stents may be estenosia alternative to repeated endoscopic esophageal dilations. Dis Esophagus ;26 4: The preventive effect of heparin on stricture formation after caustic esophageal burns.

The treatment of recurrent esophageal stricture secondary to the ingestion of a caustic agent is an arduous task. TOP 10 Related.


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Bragar Initial symptoms as predictors of esophageal injury in alkaline corrosive ingestions. Reconsidering the diagnosis and treatmet of patients following ingestion of liquid lye. Case Report A two-year-old male was admitted to our center presenting with an esophageal stricture of three months evolution secondary to the accidental ingestion of a caustic product. Results Clinical variables Endoscopy performed upon admission revealed that four children 6. There was a problem providing the content you requested Diagnosis of esophageal stenosis was established in the presence of narrowing of the esophageal lumen and lack of normal esophageal distension during fluoroscopy. Am J Public Health ; Caustic injury of the upper gastrointestinal tract: The colon as oesophageal substitute in nonmalignant disease. In our case, we have used only one single dose.


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