Abassi O, Sadraoui A, Elharrar N. Les lésions caustiques du tractus digestif supérieur. 14 Mourey F, Martin L, Jacob L. Brûlures caustiques de l’œsophage. traversent spontanément le tractus digestif et ne nécessitent pas de manœuvre endoscopique. (longueur supérieur `a 6 cm, diam`etre supérieure `a 2,5 cm), l’ ingestion de piles néoplasique, caustique, troubles moteurs œsophagiens, diverticules, hernie .. `a l’origine de quatre types de lésions: brûlures électriques. B. () épidémiologie et évolution des brulures caustiques du tube digestif supérieur: à propos de cas. Journal Africain d’Hépato-Gastroentérologie, 3.
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The scarcity of this surgical procedure in our country could be explained by digextif high cost of the procedure, which is not accessible to all the population and the inadequate technical facilities at most of our medical centers. In addition, the first use of a colonic transplant to perform the esophageal cu was reported successively by Kelling and Vulliet in  . The patients characteristics and the type of transplant used are summarized in Table 1.
Management of ingested foreign bodies of the upper gastrointestinal tract. With regard to the transplant. An Analysis of 60 Cases. Results Of our 9 patients, six benefited from the treatment of poor nutritional status preoperative by feeding gastrostomy in 3 cases and by feeding jejunostomy in 3 cases.
Am J Physiol ; Esophageal plasty for caustic stenosis of the esophagus is rarely practiced in Teactus Faso; testifies our series of 9 cases carried out in 9 years in three medical centers of the city of Ouagadougou. Foreign body in the oesophagus: A colostomy was performed in the patient who had colocolic fistula. Ingestion accidentelle de caustiques chez l’enfant. Ann Surg ; Haller JA, Bachman K. Consequences of caustic ingestions in children.
The small intestine has been used very little because of its unfavorable vascularity and the stomach is less usable, due to the existence of lesions within it or a resection performed during the initial intervention   . Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol ; It was due to a disunion of the colo-gastric anastomosis in one case and colo-colic in the other.
Surgery cauwtiques The left cervicotomy performed in our patients has the advantage of better exposing the cervical esophagus with a lower risk of involvement of the left recurrent nerve .
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Ann Chir ; All transplants were placed in a retro-sternal position after a strictly retrosternal tunnel was created by digitoclasia. Retrospective study of caustic stenosis of the esophagus in patients aged over 15 years, operated in Ouagadougou from to Am Surg ; Adult ingestion of caustic is an uncommon and often life-threatening accident  .
In our experience this period was on average 10 months. The retro sternal position of the transplant is classical . To report our experience of the esophageal plasty for caustic stenosis of the esophagus.
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The comparative effect of current therapy on experimental caustic burns of the esophagus. The approach was a median laparotomy associated with left cervicotomy in all patients.
The result of caustic ingestions. The average delay between ingestion of caustic substances and esophageal plasty was 11 months. Press Med ; Encycl Med Chir Paris-France. Undernutrition was noted in 6 patients. The use of the colon is recommended by several authors in recent studies  .
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Surgery for caustic stenosis of the esophagus in adults is rarely practiced in our country. Symptoms as predictors of esophageal injury. A series of 12 patients.
Sucralfate therapy for lye-induced esophagitis. Influence of epidermal growth factor and interferon gamma on healing of oesophageal corrosive burns in rat. The assembly of the transplant in our patients was isoperistaltic in 5 cases. Gut ; Corrosive acid ingestion in man – a clinical and endoscopic study. In 9 years, 9 patients aged 25 to 53 years were operated for dysphagia following ingestion of caustic substances.
Effects of oxygen and carbon dioxide on the retinal vasculature in humans.