We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. The place of oesophagogastric endoscopy in oesophageal atresia was evaluated retrospectively with 43 examinations carried out in 29 children aged from 10 days to 11 years. Before correcting surgery endoscopy permitted repair of lower oesophagus in 3 patients with atresia without fistula. After correcting surgery endoscopy was carried out for digestive or pulmonary symptoms.
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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Prenatal diagnosis is perceived to be advantageous as diagnosis of associated anomalies can be offered by ultrasound, RMI, amniocentesis.
Parents could be prepared to the birth and treatment of an affected infant and prenatal diagnosis also allows optimal neonatal management. Polyhydramnios and absent or small stomach bubble on routine ultrasound are the most common signs encountered in case of esophageal atresia but they are not specific.
Ultrasound or RMI visualization of a blind ending pouch proximally dilated esophagus in the fetal neck or upper mediatinum during fetal swallowing can improve the specificity of prenatal diagnosis. Amniotic fluid digestive enzyme assay could improve prenatal diagnosis. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Malinger G, Levine A, Rotmensch L The fetal esophagus: anatomical and physiological ultrasonographic characterization using a high-resolution linear transducer.
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Pediatr Res — Quarello E, Saada J, Desbriere R, et al Prenatal diagnosis and evaluation of defect length in esophageal atresia using direct and indirect tracheal print signs. Curr Gastroenterol Rep — Download references. Correspondence to V. Houfflin Debarge. Houfflin Debarge, V. Download citation. Received : 09 July Accepted : 11 July Published : 24 August Issue Date : September Search SpringerLink Search. Sfeir Authors V. Houfflin Debarge View author publications.
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La fibroscopie œsogastrique chez l’enfant atteint d’une atrésie de l’œsophage
Growth retardation is found in nearly a third of these children. Esotracheal fistula recurrence is very rare. However, the quality of life of these patients in the adulthood is good, and influenced by the existence of associated malformations. Even if the current prognosis of oesophageal atresia is good altogether, the frequency of the complications digestive, respiratory, nutritional, orthopaedic far from the initial intervention, and the necessity of a surveillance of the secondary oesophageal damages, justifies a systematic and multidisciplinary follow-up until adulthood. Journal page Archives Contents list.
Atrésie de l'œsophage
Peut-on diagnostiquer l’atrésie de l’œsophage en prénatal ?