Mucosa gástrica heterotópica en esófago cervical: presentación de un caso de compromiso circunferencial con estenosis franqueable A Case Report of Circumferential Presentation with Stricture

  • Camilo Blanco
  • Esperanza Teusabá
  • Karen Russi

Resumen

La mucosa gástrica heterotópica en esófago cervical (MGHEC) es una condición probablemente subdiag- nosticada. La gran mayoría de los pacientes son asintomáticos y su detección es un hallazgo incidental. En los pacientes sintomáticos, las manifestaciones se asocian con cambios no neoplásicos o neoplásicos, que permiten categorizarlos en cinco tipos. A la categoría tipo III corresponde el caso presentado del paciente, con disfagia y globus faríngeo por MGHEC de compromiso circunferencial con estenosis franqueable. Al momento de esta publicación, solo se encontraron siete casos similares en la literatura mundial. La detección de MGHEC (apoyada en nuevas tecnologías de imagen como la cromoendoscopia) puede ser un indicador de calidad en el desempeño endoscópico, similar a la detección de adenomas en colonoscopia. 

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Biografía del autor/a

Camilo Blanco
  1. Médico, Cirugía gastrointestinal y Endoscopia digestiva. Magíster en Educación. Instructor asociado. Facultad de Educación, Universidad El Bosque. Director médico, Unidad de Videoendoscopia del Restrepo Ltda. Bogotá, Colombia.

Esperanza Teusabá
  1. Médica patóloga, Patolab Ltda. Adscritos a la Unidad de Videoendscopia del Restrepo Ltda. Bogotá, Colombia. 

Karen Russi
Médica anestesióloga, Unidad de Videoendoscopia del Restrepo Ltda. Bogotá, Colombia.

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Publicado
2016-11-03
Cómo citar
Blanco, C., Teusabá, E., & Russi, K. (2016). Mucosa gástrica heterotópica en esófago cervical: presentación de un caso de compromiso circunferencial con estenosis franqueable A Case Report of Circumferential Presentation with Stricture. Revista Colombiana De Gastroenterología, 30(2), 225-231. https://doi.org/10.22516/25007440.45
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