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  • 1 Semmelweis Egyetem, Budapest, Üllői út 78., 1082
  • 2 Semmelweis Egyetem, Budapest
  • 3 Jahn Ferenc Dél-pesti Kórház és Rendelőintézet, Budapest
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A sebészi és az intenzív terápia jelentős fejlődése ellenére a nyelőcső-perforatio napjainkban is súlyos, életet veszélyeztető állapot. A háttérben álló kiváltó okok, a kísérő betegségek, a lokalizáció és a kialakuló gyulladás eltérő mértéke miatt néha váratlan szituációval találkozik a sebész. Az 58 éves nőbetegnél a gyomor mellűri inkarcerált herniája miatt kialakult oesophagusperforatio és a következményes nekrotizáló mediastinitis miatt végeztünk oesophagusexstirpatiót, cervicalis oesophagostomiát alakítottunk ki. A tápcsatorna rekonstrukciója során a nyelőcsőcsonk ismeretlen eredetű, teljes hosszát érintő „zsugorodását” találtuk. A csőgyomrot a hypopharynxra anasztomizáltuk, a kialakult insufficientia konzervatív terápiára szanálódott. A beteg komplex nyelésterápia után visszanyerte részleges nyelési képességét. A nem tumoros alapbetegség miatt képzett hypopharyngogastrostoma irodalmi ritkaság. Kényszerhelyzetben, mint amilyen az esetünk is volt, választható műtéti megoldás. A beavatkozást azonban teammunkán alapuló rehabilitációnak kell követnie, amelynek során kiemelt szerepe van a nyelési terápiának. Orv Hetil. 2020; 161(18): 756–760.

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