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Gastroenterite eosinofílica: divertículo duodenal intraluminal como fator predisponente?
Lima,Jandira; Rebelo,Marta; Castellano,Amparo; Mota,Joana; Ruivo,Catarina; Dias,Patricia; Vieira,José; Silva,Mário; Costa,José;
Jornal Português de Gastrenterologia , 2012,
Abstract: eosinophilic gastroenteritis is a rare and heterogeneous disorder, with a variable clinical spectrum ranging between the presence of common gastrointestinal symptoms and occlusive pyloric or intestinal disease. it is characterized by inflammatory eosinophilic infiltration in at least one segment of the digestive tract and is probably underdiagnosed, as it poses some approach problems. intraluminal duodenal diverticulum, a rare congenital malformation, which is usually found incidentally in radiological studies, is a ‘‘cul de sac’’ structure projecting into de duodenal lumen. we revise these two entities, and a possible relation between them, by discussing a case presenting with fever of unknown origin, with scarce and uncharacteristic symptoms.
Gastroenterite eosinofílica: divertículo duodenal intraluminal como fator predisponente? Eosinophilic gastroenteritis: Intraluminal duodenal diverticulum as a predisposing factor?
Jandira Lima,Marta Rebelo,Amparo Castellano,Joana Mota
Jornal Português de Gastrenterologia , 2012,
Abstract: A gastroenterite eosinofílica é uma doen a rara e heterogénea, com um espetro clínico variável desde a presen a de sintomas gastrointestinais comuns até doen a oclusiva pilórica ou intestinal. é caracterizada pela existência de um infiltrado inflamatório eosinofílico em, pelo menos, um segmento do aparelho digestivo, sendo, provavelmente, subdiagnosticada e colocando alguns problemas na sua abordagem. O divertículo duodenal intraluminal, uma malforma o congénita rara, habitualmente achado incidental de estudos radiológicos, consiste numa estrutura tipo fundo de saco que se projeta no lúmen do duodeno. A propósito de um caso clínico diagnosticado através de uma síndrome febril de origem indeterminada acompanhada de sintomas escassos e incaracterísticos, apresenta-se uma revis o sobre estas 2 entidades e a possível rela o entre elas. Eosinophilic gastroenteritis is a rare and heterogeneous disorder, with a variable clinical spectrum ranging between the presence of common gastrointestinal symptoms and occlusive pyloric or intestinal disease. It is characterized by inflammatory eosinophilic infiltration in at least one segment of the digestive tract and is probably underdiagnosed, as it poses some approach problems. Intraluminal duodenal diverticulum, a rare congenital malformation, which is usually found incidentally in radiological studies, is a ‘‘cul de sac’’ structure projecting into de duodenal lumen. We revise these two entities, and a possible relation between them, by discussing a case presenting with fever of unknown origin, with scarce and uncharacteristic symptoms.
Ileus Caused by Large Diverticulum of Postbulbar Duodenum: Case Report  [PDF]
Grgi? Dora, Zovak Mario, Brki? Marina, Brki? Tomislav
Open Journal of Gastroenterology (OJGas) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojgas.2015.59019
Abstract: Duodenal diverticula are common and are usually found in patients undergoing roentgenographic investigation of the upper gastrointestinal tract. The majority of these cases are asymptomatic and rarely require operative intervention. Occasionally they can result in the obstruction of the biliary and/or pancreatic ducts, haemorrhage or perforation. Symptomiatic cases may require endoscopic or surgical intervention. Herein, we present a case report of a female patient who underwent surgical procedure due to repetitive obstructive symptoms.
Duodenal diverticulum and associated pancreatitis: case report with brief review of literature
Mian Muhammad Rizwan, Harpeet Singh, VP Chandar, Maria Zulfiqar, Veera Singh
World Journal of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy , 2011,
Abstract: Pancreatitis in the elderly is a problem of increasing occurrence and is associated with severe complications. Periampullary diverticula (PAD) are extraluminal outpouchings of the duodenum rarely associated with pancreatitis. The presence of PAD should be excluded before diagnosing idiopathic pancreatitis, particularly in the elderly. However, when a duodenal diverticulum is found in the absence of any additional pathology, only then should the symptoms be attributed to the diverticulum. We describe a case of duodenal diverticulum presenting with pancreatitis to emphasize the importance of this commonly neglected etiology.
Ampullary duodenal diverticulum and cholangitis
Castilho Netto, Joaquim Mendes;Speranzini, Manlio Basilio;
Sao Paulo Medical Journal , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-31802003000400007
Abstract: context: ampullary duodenal diverticulum complicated by cholangitis is little known in clinical practice, especially when there are no gallstones in the common bile duct or there is no biliary tree ectasia or hyperamylasemia. a case of this association is presented, in which the surgical treatment was a biliary-enteric bypass. case report: a 74-year-old diabetic white woman was admitted to the taubaté university hospital, complaining of pain in the right upper quadrant, jaundice and fever with chills (charcot's triad). she had had cholecystectomy 30 years earlier. she underwent clinical treatment with parenteral hydration, insulin, antibiotics and symptomatic drugs. imaging examinations were provided for diagnosis: ultrasound, computed tomography and endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography. the surgical treatment consisted of choledochojejunostomy utilizing a roux-en-y loop. the postoperative period progressed without incidents, and a disida scan demonstrated the presence of dynamic biliary excretion. the patient remained asymptomatic when seen at outpatient follow-up.
Duodenal Diverticulum Mimicking Duodenal Stromal Tumor
Stanis aw Milnerowicz , Marta Strutyńska-Karpińska , Ewa Nienartowicz
Polish Journal of Surgery , 2011, DOI: 10.2478/v10035-011-0008-6
Abstract: A patient with duodenal diverticulitis who was initially misdiagnosed with stromal tumor of the duodenum is presented. This case is of interest because it illustrates difficulties in the interpretation of auxiliary investigations and the choice of the best treatment option. US and CT images revealed two large ovoid masses of fluid density in the duodenal wall which may have suggested stromal tumor of the duodenum as well as periampullary cystic neoplasm, the more so because intramural tumor of the duodenum was seen in duodenoscopy. A similar picture may also be seen in duodenal diverticula, especially in diverticula which are not filled with gas or a combination of fluid and gas. This case demonstrates one such entity.
Atypical Radiographic Manifestations of Duodenal Diverticula: A Pictorial Essay
L. Kiani,S. Rad
Iranian Journal of Radiology , 2007,
Abstract: Duodenal diverticula are frequently encountered in daily practice of radiology centers. Dissimilar figures with different dimensions and unlikely positions of duodenal diverticula-sometimes unusual-may be found. In this pictorial essay, we present various atypical shapes, dimensions and locations of duodenal diverticula which are found during many years of experience in the field of gastrointestinal fluoroscopic contrast assessments.
Divertículo intraluminal do duodeno: relato de caso
Furtado, Evaldo;Machado, Beatriz Ferreira Furtado;
Radiologia Brasileira , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-39842003000600012
Abstract: the authors present a case of intraluminal diverticulum of duodenum in a 44-year-old female with poor and uncharacteristic symptoms. the radiological diagnosis was confirmed by surgery. the patient was also followed up after surgery. this anomaly, a rare form of duplication, consists of a "pocket-like" structure lined on both sides by duodenal mucosa projecting into the duodenal lumen.
Duodenal Carcinoma from a Duodenal Diverticulum Mimicking Pancreatic Carcinoma
Furukawa,Masashi,Izumi,Sadanobu,Tsukuda,Kazunori,Tokumo,Masaki
Acta Medica Okayama , 2012,
Abstract: An 81-year-old man was found to have a pancreatic head tumor on abdominal computed tomography (CT) performed during a follow-up visit for sigmoid colon cancer. The tumor had a diameter of 35mm on the CT scan and was diagnosed as pancreatic head carcinoma T3N0M0. The patient was treated with pylorus-preserving pancreaticoduodenectomy. Histopathological examination showed that the tumor had grown within a hollow structure, was contiguous with a duodenal diverticulum, and had partially invaded the pancreas. Immunohistochemistry results were as follows:CK7 negative, CK20 positive, CD10 negative, CDX2 positive, MUC1 negative, MUC2 positive, MUC5AC negative, and MUC6 negative. The tumor was diagnosed as duodenal carcinoma from the duodenal diverticulum. Preoperative imaging showed that the tumor was located in the head of the pancreas and was compressing the common bile duct, thus making it appear like pancreatic cancer. To the best of our knowledge, this is the second report of a case of duodenal carcinoma from a duodenal diverticulum mimicking pancreatic carcinoma.
Divertículo duodenal perforado como causa de abdomen agudo quirúrgico
Estévez álvarez,Nizahel; Cruz Alonso,Juan Ramón; Rivero Martínez,Nuria; Estévez Trujillo,Nisaber Máximo; Bonachea Pérez,Yosbani;
Revista Cubana de Cirug?-a , 2011,
Abstract: the duodenal diverticular disease is considered within surgery of digestive tracts as unusual. the less frequent complication referred in medical literature is the acute perforation and when it occurs always will be carried out the emergency surgical treatment. it is polemic to arrive to a general consensus directing the diagnostic methodology due to its atypical way of presentation. the abdominal tomography has been very useful in diagnosis of this entity. authors report high mortality rates (25-30 %) in general originated by the diagnostic difficulty in face of this disease. a new case of perforated duodenal diverticulum of a female sex patient aged 60. the surgical technique used in this opportunity was the duodenal exclusion and the retroperitoneal drainage.
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