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[Azygo-portal disconnection using the thoracic approach in children].
Chir Pediatr. 1983; 24(1):37-8.CP

Abstract

Porto-azygos disconnection is one of the therapeutic choice of portal hypertension. This technique have been used in a 13 year old boy with bleeding oesophageal varices during the evolution of a cirrhosis caused by active hepatitis. Disconnection was done in emergency using a total ligature of the oesophagus by left thoracotomy upon a clip introduced by oral way. By this technique, the abdomen and the digestive tract keep untouched. One year after the operation no oesophageal varices can be seen at endoscopy and a slight oesophageal stenosis have been easily treated by dilatations.

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fre

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6602007

Citation

Louis, D, et al. "[Azygo-portal Disconnection Using the Thoracic Approach in Children]." Chirurgie Pediatrique, vol. 24, no. 1, 1983, pp. 37-8.
Louis D, Bérard P, Valla JS, et al. [Azygo-portal disconnection using the thoracic approach in children]. Chir Pediatr. 1983;24(1):37-8.
Louis, D., Bérard, P., Valla, J. S., & de Beaujeu, M. J. (1983). [Azygo-portal disconnection using the thoracic approach in children]. Chirurgie Pediatrique, 24(1), 37-8.
Louis D, et al. [Azygo-portal Disconnection Using the Thoracic Approach in Children]. Chir Pediatr. 1983;24(1):37-8. PubMed PMID: 6602007.
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