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Esophageal Perforation after Anterior Cervical Spine Surgery

Ko SB, Park JB, Song KJ, Lee DH, Kim SW, Kim YY, Jeon TS, Cho YJ

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective case analyses. PURPOSE: To investigate the causes, diagnosis, and management of esophageal perforation, depending on the time of diagnosis. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: To date, few studies have addressed these...
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Acute Phlegmonous Esophagitis with Mediastinitis Complicated by an Esophageal Perforation: A Case Report

Shin HS, Kim SS, Kim JH

Phlegmonous esophagitis, a rare and life-threatening disorder, is characterized by bacterial infection of the submucosal and muscularis layers of the esophagus. Herein we report a case of acute phlegmonous esophagitis...
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Esophageal perforation in children: etiology and management, with special reference to endoscopic esophageal perforation

Govindarajan KK

Perforation of the esophagus is an uncommon problem with significant morbidity and mortality. In children undergoing endoscopy, the risk of perforation is higher when interventional endoscopy is performed. The clinical...
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Internal Drainage of an Esophageal Perforation in a Patient with a High Surgical Risk

Kim H, Kim Y, Cho JH, Min YW

A 71-year-old man presented with a productive cough and fever, and he was diagnosed as having an esophageal perforation and a mediastinal abscess. He had a history of traumatic hemothorax...
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Usefulness of Vacuum-Assisted Closure Therapy in the Treatment of Esophageal Perforation Following Thyroidectomy

Park A, Yoo YS, Choi JH, Chung ES

Perforation of the cervical esophagus after thyroidectomy is a rare complication. Esophageal perforation is usually treated conservatively with simple surgical drainage and intravenous antibiotic therapy. If complicated by abscess, it...
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Clinical Analysis and Management of Esophageal Perforation

Shim HS, Kim MG, Kim JS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Esophageal perforation is relatively uncommon and requires careful diagnostic evaluation and expert management. It has a high mortality due to significant mediastinal and pleural contamination leading to...
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Esophageal Perforation with Delayed Detection of a Foreign Body: A Case Report

Choi HJ

Foreign body ingestion in adults is not uncommon in the emergency department. Careful history taking is a key element of correct diagnosis and physical examination should be followed by use...
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A Case of an Esophageal Foreign Body with Iatrogenic Esophageal Perforation Caused by the Gag Reflex

Lee TI, Jang JY, Yoon K, Um YJ, Hong S, Kim JW, Chang YW

Esophageal foreign bodies are a common clinical problem; they can be removed via endoscopic intervention. However, sharp foreign bodies, such as fish bones, stuck in a physiological or pathological stenosis...
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Overtube-related Delayed Esophageal Perforation with Mediastinitis

Kim SW, Lee YJ, Kim SJ, Lee KA, Kim AR, Park SW, Choe WH, Shim CS

Overtube provides a conduit for the passage of endoscope into the digestive tract. Esophageal perforation with mediastinitis is a rare overtube-related complication. Until now, no reports have been published regarding...
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Spontaneous Esophageal Perforation and Hypopharyngeal Abscess in Adult Dermatomyositis: A Case Report

Kim M, Choi SY, Lee SY, Kang KY

In patients with dermatomyositis, chronic inflammation of the pharynx and esophagus results in coughing and difficulty in swallowing. These become important clinical symptoms, especially if they contribute to malnutrition or...
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Delayed Esophageal Perforation after Cervical Spine Plating

Kim SJ, Ju CI, Kim DM, Kim SW

Although anterior approaches to the cervical spine are popular and safe, they cause some of complications. Esophageal perforation after anterior spinal fusion is a rare but potentially life-threatening complication. We...
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A Case Report of Vacuum-assisted Management for Esophageal Perforation after Total Thyroidectomy

Han SW, Kim SY, Park NK, Lee JH, Lee JH, Woo HD, Lim CW, Lee MH

A careful approach is required for managing esophageal perforation after thyroidectomy, and esophageal perforation can cause serious infectious complications. However, reports on the treatment and management of esophageal perforation after...
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Thoracoscopic Surgery for Esophageal Perforation and Achalasia: Two cases report

Oh SJ, Jheon S, Kim HR, Lim C, Park KH, Sung SW

  • KMID: 1987488
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 2007 Sep;40(9):655-658.
Esophageal perforation is relatively uncommon but it often cause fatal if not properly treated, and it is associated with high morbidity and mortality. We report here on two cases of...
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A Case of Foreign Body Induced Esophageal Perforation Repaired by Endoscopic Clipping

Han WS, Park JJ, Lee BJ, Oh JY, Kim YH, Jung SW, Kim JS, Bak YT

  • KMID: 1529321
  • Korean J Gastrointest Endosc.
  • 2007 Jul;35(1):28-32.
An esophageal perforation is a potentially life threatening condition with a high mortality rate. Although primary surgical repair is the mainstay of treatment, non-surgical management can be attempted in selected...
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Esophageal Perforation and Empyema after Fish Bone Swallowing

Kim YS, Lee SW, Kang SB, Nam SW, Lee DS, Park K

  • KMID: 2243201
  • Korean J Gastrointest Endosc.
  • 2007 Jun;34(6):320-323.
Most foreign bodies accidentally ingested are eliminated naturally but 10~20% of cases require endoscopic treatment. Esophageal perforation due to the indigestion of a foreign body is rare and might be...
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Mediastinitis and Pneumomediastinum in a Preterm Infant with Iatrogenic Esophageal Perforation: A Case Report

Kim MJ, Kim OH

Iatrogenic esophageal perforation is very rare in pediatric patients. Preterm infants or low birth weight babies are more susceptible to esophageal perforation due to performing frequent tracheal intubation and/or gastric...
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Clinical Evaluation of Instrumental Esophageal Perforation

Park JK, Sa YJ, Kang CU, Cho KD, Park K, Wang YP

  • KMID: 2289165
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 2006 May;39(5):387-393.
BACKGROUND: Esophageal perforation is an uncommon problem, but it is associated with high mortality. We performed a retrospective review of patients with instrumental esophageal perforation to assess the outcome of...
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Surgical Treatment of Esophageal Perforation

Kim HY, Park JH, Chei CS, Kim DH, Hwang SW, Yoo BH

  • KMID: 2062743
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 2006 Mar;39(3):214-219.
BACKGROUND: Perforation of esophagus is relatively uncommon. but it is associated with high morbidity and mortality. Treatment and outcome are largely determined by the time of presentation. We performed a...
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Clinical Analysis and Treatment of Esophageal Perforation

Park H, Keum DY, Park NH, Park CK, Lee KS

  • KMID: 1921541
  • Korean J Thorac Cardiovasc Surg.
  • 2006 Feb;39(2):111-116.
BACKGROUND: Perforation of the esophagus is a deadly injury that requires expert management for survival. The mediastinal contamination with microorganisms, gastric acid, and digestive enzymes results in a mediastinitis that...
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Esophageal Perforation due to an Impaction of Omitted Dental Prosthesis after General Anesthesia: A case report

Lee KM, Bae WJ, Lim SH, Lee JH, Cheong SH, Choe YK, Kim YJ, Shin CM

Foreign body ingestion induces various complications during the induction of and emergence from anesthesia. These complications include inconsequential mucosal scratches, abrasion, laceration, esophageal stricture, necrosis, retropharyngeal abscess formation, hemorrhage, obstruction...
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