However, no significant group differences in mortality were found. General demographic findings Group A included 16 preterm neonates mean gestational age, Spontaneous gastric perforation in children is a serious condition that could be potentially fatal [ 1 ]. Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. Vienna: European Society of Radiology; Spontaneous pneumoperitoneum after pneumonia in a child. Figure 2.
Surgery. Oct;(4); discussion Gastrointestinal perforation and peritonitis in infants and children: experience with cases over ten years.
Spontaneous Gastric Perforation in Two Adolescents
Spontaneous gastrointestinal perforations (SGIPs; not associated with injury or disease) occur rarely in pediatric patients. This study aimed to. Spontaneous gastric perforation in children is a serious condition that could be On post-operative day three, he had an upper GI which was.
The four features described in the adult population that suggest gastric perforation include: abdominal distention, abdominal rigidity, subcutaneous emphysema, and evidence of shock [ 36 ].
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Non-Intestinal Perforation Causes of Pneumoperitoneum. Histopathology results of his endoscopic stomach biopsies were negative for any pathologic diagnosis.
factors of intestinal perforation following surgery for the treatment of congenital heart disease in infants and young children, and to summarize.
Abdominal pain was associated with one episode of non-bilious non-bloody emesis.
Pneumoscrotum: A rare presentation of gastric perforation in a neonate. In addition, the lesser curvature of the stomach undergoes greater stretching than other parts of the stomach when it is distended.
Lee HJ. This study was approved by Pusan National University Yangsan Hospital Institutional Review Board with informed consent exemption approval number: and the data were managed with personal information protection.
However, considering the rarity of SGIPs in pediatric patients, the present results may help in the management of SGIPs in pediatric patients, despite these limitations. There are several reports of gastric perforation in neonates, which although rare is associated with a poor prognosis [ 2 ].