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Az invaginatio az egyik leggyakoribb gyermekkori akut hasi kórkép, melynek értelmezése, kezelése lényegesen változott az elmúlt évtizedekben. Patogenezisében korábban a hypertrophiás Peyer-plakkok és polipok tehetetlenségének tulajdonítottak elsődleges szerepet. A lipopoliszacharid indukálta invaginatio állatmodelljének megjelenésével, a rotavírus-vakcina bevezetésével, a szezonalitással és az enteralis idegrendszer postnatalis változásaival nyert újabb ismeretek nyilvánvalóvá tették, hogy a bélmotilitasnak is szerepe van az etiológiában. A kezelésben alapvetően a konzervatív eljárások váltak dominánssá, melyek hatékonysága egyre növekedett. A korábban röntgen-képerősítő alatt végzett hidrosztatikus desinvaginatiót kiváltotta a biztonságosabbnak és hatékonyabbnak tartott pneumatikus desinvaginatio, majd a sugárterhelés kiváltása céljából az ultrahangkontroll alatt végzett hidrosztatikus módszerhez tértek vissza. A kórházi felvétel helyett egyre több intézetben az ambuláns ellátást preferálják. Vitatott a desinvaginatiós manőver alatt alkalmazott gyógyszerek – például a glükagon és a ciklooxigenázgátlók – szerepe a hatékonyság növelésében és a recidíva kivédésében. A műtéti kezelésben a nyílt műtét helyett a minimálinvazív laparoszkópos eljárás tör előre. A szerzők az irodalmi adatok áttekintésével elemzik az invaginatio értelmezésében és kezelésében történt változásokat és az aktuális trendet. Orv Hetil. 2020; 161(32): 1331–1338.

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