O quilotórax, normalmente secundário a doenças malignas, trauma, doenças congênitas, infecções e trombose da veia cava superior, é uma causa pouco. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Jul 1, , Francisco M. Páez Codeso and others published Una causa infrecuente de quilotórax. O quilotórax caracteriza-se pela presença de linfa no espaço pleural devido a Das causas não traumáticas, a mais comum é o linfoma e, na presença de um.
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Services on Demand Journal. Thoracoscopic thoracic duct ligation for traumatic chylothorax. A taxa de mortalidade encontrada no presente estudo refletiu a gravidade da cardiopatia nesses pacientes. Report of 2 cases and review of the literature. Chylothorax in Henoch-Schonlein purpura: Traumatic rupture occurs after accidents or surgery.
Quilotórax: A propósito de um caso clínico | Pulmonology
After extensive clinical, laboratory, and radiological investigation of the quliotorax etiology, it was found to be secondary to thoracic duct injury by the increased intrathoracic pressure caused by the initial manifestation of vomiting, supported by lymphoscintigraphy findings.
The journal publishes 6 issues per year, mainly about respiratory system diseases in adults and clinical research. The Impact Factor measures the average number of citations received in a particular year by papers published in the journal during the two receding years. Chest,pp. Discussion The clinical picture of a patient with chylothorax is insidious and develops as fluid accumulates in the pleural cavity; asymptomatic at first, it then progresses with cough and dyspnea 12 ; fever and pleuritic pain are rare findings.
Ann Thorac Cauas ; It is a rare disease that can be associated with the tuberous sclerosis complex, is characterized as low-grade metastasizing neoplasm, which leads to insidious cystic changes in the lung parenchyma and also affects the lymph vessels and lymph nodes and leads to chylothorax.
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Thoracoscopic direct clipping of the thoracic duct for chylopericardium and chylothorax. To report the case of a child with bilateral chylothorax due to infrequent etiology: Cur Opin Pul Dis, 12pp.
Within non -traumatic aetiology, lymphoma is the most common and in the presence of a chylothorax of unknown origin this should be the first suspicion, being non -Hodgkin type the most frequent.
Chylothorax, Vomiting, Thoracic duct, Scintigraphy, Child. Chylothorax as the initial presentation of systemic lupus erythematosus: Seven-year-old white female patient, referred due to suspected diagnosis of systemic lupus erythematosus.
Pleural involvement in sarcoidosis. Mayo Clin Proc, 80pp. Eur Respir Mon, 7pp. Bilateral chylothorax after severe vomiting in a child. Textbook of pleural diseases. Respiratory medicine, 3, pp.
Quilotorsx a Creative Commons license. Diagnosis and management of chylothorax and cholesterol effusion. Immunologic status in pediatric cardiosurgical patients with chylothorax. SCS Quadra 1, Bl.
Bilateral spontaneous chylothorax after severe vomiting in children
CiteScore measures average citations received per document published. Managing children and adolescents on parenteral nutrition: Chest drainage was performed in another service and the presence of milky pleural fluid was reported. High content of triglycerides and the presence of chylomicrons make the diagnosis of chylothorax.
Long -term follow -up of thoracoscopic quilotoras pleurodesis for primary spontaneous pneumothorax. After 21 days without reduction in the chylothorax volume, bilateral thoracic drainage was performed and mL of chylous secretion was removed from the right and mL from the left side. Open in a separate window. Arch Bronconeumol ;40 Diagn Microbiol Infect Dis.
Its aetiology can be divided in causa and non-traumatic. Pediatr Crit Care Med.
Quilotórax: A propósito de um caso clínico
Journal of Bronchology ;9: Quioltorax of octreotide for management of postoperative high-flow chylothorax. However, contrary to reports in the literature, the lymphatic lesion in the patient described here occurred at the thoracic introit level and not near the diaphragm. The diagnosis, based on clinical suspicion in patients with suggestive clinical picture and compatible radiological findings pleural effusion in the plain chest X-ray or ultrasoundis attained through the thoracocentesis.
Chylothorax following innominate vein thrombosis–a rare complication of transvenous pacemaker implantation.