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Spontaneous Esophageal Perforation

Boerhaave Syndrome


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Pain
  • Also, the knowledge of a very high stricture (ie, within 2 cm of the upper esophageal sphincter) on a prior imaging or endoscopic study should probably prompt consideration of a different modality for palliation, given the intense globus sensation and pain[slideshare.net]
Dyspnea
  • Male, Chronic Gallstone Pancreatitis, Open Cholecystectomy 100 pack/year smoker Dyspnea 1 block More information ANTICANCER RESEARCH 34: (2014) The Impact of Combined Thoracoscopic and Laparoscopic Surgery on Pulmonary Complications After Radical Esophagectomy[healthdocbox.com]
Dysphagia
  • Most treatment options available for the relief or treatment of dysphagia can be performed endoscopically.but can also be caused by Various modalities are currently available for the relief of dysphagia caused by malignant esophageal stricturesThe options[slideshare.net]

Treatment

  • Most treatment options available for the relief or treatment of dysphagia can be performed endoscopically.but can also be caused by Various modalities are currently available for the relief of dysphagia caused by malignant esophageal stricturesThe options[slideshare.net]

Prevention

  • The double-type Niti-S stent (Taewoong Medical)A fully covered inner nitinol stent prevents tumor ingrowth, and an outer uncovered nitinol sleeve in the mid-portion of the stent is meant to prevent migration, thus combining the best properties of both[slideshare.net]

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