Manuel Cadena

Manuel Cadena
Fundación Santa Fe de Bogotá | FSFB · Department of General Surgery

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Background Cholecystectomy continues to be the first choice for the treatment of symptomatic cholelithiasis. Especially in patients with acute cholecystitis, a laparoscopic approach has become the standard treatment option. Intraoperative complications of laparoscopic cholecystectomy include: bile duct injury, organ damage, and bleeding due to vasc...
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Background: Gastric lipomatosis (GL) is defined as a lipomatous lesion with diffuse infiltration of the submucosal layer by adipose tissue with multiple lesions and must be differentiated from gastrointestinal lipomas, which are solitary submucosal masses composed of well-differentiated adipose tissue surrounded by a fibrous capsule. GL are uncomm...
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Background: Minimally invasive intragastric surgery [IGS] was first described by Ohashi in 1995 for early gastric cancer, with 3 trocars placed in the gastric lumen. Prior abdominal surgery is not a contraindication to IGS while the abdominal cavity is not explored, always that exist transilumination. But conversion to laparoscopic and open surger...
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La cirugía gastrointestinal y de control de daños ha tenido un recorrido amplio desde el primer caso reportado de fístula entero-cutánea, hasta llegar al uso de presión subatmosférica para el cierre asistido y el trasplante intestinal. Todos los avances propuestos en el intermedio, como las resecciones intestinales, los planes de nutrición entérica...
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Buried bumper syndrome (BBS) was described as a complication of percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) that occurs when the internal stump of the probe migrates and is located between the gastric wall and the skin. The increase of compression between the internal stump and the external stump of the gastrostomy tube causes pain and the inability...
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Introduction: Tension pneumoperitoneum is a severe and rare form of pneumoperitoneum with concomitant hemodynamic instability and respiratory failure. It is a variant of abdominal compartment syndrome (ACS) causing an abrupt increase in intra-abdominal pressure. Presentation of case: We present a case of pneumoperitoneum, after an endoscopic mucosa...
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se describe la técnica de "push" indicada en pacientes con tumores de faringe ,hipofaringe esofago alto y boca en los que la técnica de "pull" puede ocasionar arrastre de células malignas y la posibilidad de implantarlas en el gastrostoma
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Hidradenitis suppurativa (HS), also known as acne inversa, is a chronic, recurrent inflammatory disease affecting skin that bears apocrine glands. It is characterised by the presence of tender subcutaneous nodules that may rupture, resulting in deep dermal abscesses, fibrosis with dermal contractures and induration of the skin. The management of HS...
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Paragangliomas of the Organ of Zuckerkandl constitute an infrequent clinical problem. Although the patients present with the classical triad of hypertension, headaches and palpitations, they should always be considered by exclusion diagnosis. This article includes a literature review and a case presentation.
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Tumors of the small bowel are rare, corresponding to only to 2% of all tumors of the digestive tract. Diagnosis of these lesions is usually late, and the majority of such tumors encountered intraoperatively are malignant. Carcinoids, or neuroendocrine tumors, of the small bowel, constituting 29% of all carcinoids of the digestive tract, are associa...
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Enterocutaneous fistulas constitute a serious and very complex challenge to surgeons. In this paper we present the classification of fistulas, a literature review, and our experience with the management of «enterostomic fistulas» (those presenting in patients with open abdomen, or laparostomy) where there is no skin to support them. For this type o...
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PURPOSE/AIM The purpose of this exhibit is: 1) To discuss clinical impact of wall hernias and their complications. 2) To discuss clinical indications of imaging studies for patients with suspected abdominal wall hernias. 3) To review characteristic US, herniography, MDCT and MR imaging findings of most common abdominal wall hernias and their compli...

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establecer la relación entre peritonitis terciaria y falla peritoneal