Membranas Duodenales: Diagnósticos tardíos evidenciados por cuerpos extraños

  • Hugo Cedeño Cevallos Hospital de Niños Dr. Roberto Gilbert Elizalde
  • Isabel María Salcedo Velarde Hospital de Niños Dr. Roberto Gilbert Elizalde
  • María Isabel Sanchez Dávila Hospital de Niños Dr. Roberto Gilbert Elizalde
  • Ernesto Fabre Parrales Hospital de Niños Dr. Roberto Gilbert Elizalde
  • Miguel Astudillo Villarreal Hospital de Niños Dr. Roberto Gilbert Elizalde
  • Juliors Gonzalez Navarro Hospital de Niños Dr. Roberto Gilbert Elizalde
  • Génessis Maldonado Universidad Espíritu Santo
Palabras clave: Membrana duodenal;, cuerpos extraños

Resumen

Una de las causas de obstrucción duodenal congénita incompleta es la presencia de membranasduodenales, cuyo diagnóstico oportuno y preciso requiere un alto grado de sospecha.Presentamos dos casos de obstrucción duodenal con diagnóstico inicial de presencia de cuerposextraños, razón por la cual los pacientes fueron sometidos a una intervención quirúrgica en laque se les encontraron membranas duodenales incompletas. La evolución clínica de estospacientes tuvo un patrón distinto a lo esperado. Por esta razón, consideramos necesario abordara este grupo de pacientes con un método multidisciplinar, distinto de aquel con que se procedeen el caso de otros subtipos de obstrucciones duodenales.

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2017-06-06