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Med J Bakirkoy. 2016; 12(3): 148-150


Midesophageal pulsion diverticulum: A case report

Orhan Uzun, Erdal Polat, Cebrail Akyüz, Hayrettin Varolgüneş, Fatih Yaşar, Kıvanç Derya Peker, Mustafa Duman, Sinan Yol.

Abstract
Midesophageal pulsion diverticula are rare and asymptomatic clinical entities, which usually develop secondary to esophageal motor dysfunction. Diverticulectomy with myotomy is one of the surgical treatment options. In this case report, we present a patient with midesophageal pulsion diverticulum in whom we managed the postoperative leakage following excision of the diverticulum, by endoluminal esophageal stenting.

Key words: Esophagus, pulsion, diverticulum, stent



Orta özofagus pulsiyon divertikülü: Olgu sunumu

Özet
Midözofagus pulsiyon divertikülleri oldukça nadir görülür. Genellikle özofagus motor bozukluğu ile yakın ilişkide olup, asemptomatik seyreder. Semptomatik olanlarda divertikülektomi ve miyotomi cerrahi seçeneklerden biridir. Bu olguda midözofagus pulsiyon divertikülü tanısını koyduğumuz, torakotomi ile eksizyon yaptığımız ve sonrasında fistül gelişmesi nedeni ile stent uyguladığımız hastayı tartıştık.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Özafagus, pulsiyon, divertikül, stent



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