Enteric duplication cysts, sometimes simply called duplication cysts, are rare congenital malformations of the gastrointestinal tract. They most frequently occur in. Gastrointestinal tract duplication cysts are rare congenital gastrointestinal malformation in young patients and adults. They consist of foregut duplication cysts. multiple opacities with a calcium density in midabdomen INTESTINAL DUPLICATION Includes: Duplication intestinale Intestinale Duplikation Duplicación.

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Patients with gastric duplication intestianle can be asymptomatic but can also develop symptoms such as diffuse abdominal pain, epigastric pain, vomiting, weight loss, gastric outlet obstruction, ulcerated antral mass, or failure to thrive.

The lesion was discovered during a staging computed tomography scan for uterine cancer. The lesion manifests as a complex, multi-layered structure with a complex luminal contour.

The patient declined surgical resection and has undergone serial EUS exams without duplucation change. Received Jan 9; Accepted Jan Similarly, ileal duplication cyst consists of submosa, muscularis propria, and are lined with ileal mucus glands and can contain heterotopic gastric mucosae.

Acute onset of esophageal duplication cyst in adult. Fine needle aspiration revealed bronchogenic elements consistent with a benign bronchogenic duplication cyst.

Portions of the cyst wall show the characteristic double-layered appearance with echogenic mucosa internally arrows and hypoechoic muscle externally. Duplication cyst of the sigmoid colon. A case of a duodenal duplication cyst presenting as melena.


Additional informed consented was obtained from all patients for which identifying information is not included in this article. Each is lined with a mucosa, similar to a portion of the alimentary tract unless ulceration or necrosis has occurred.

Ultrasound evaluation of the enteric duplication cyst: the gut signature

Results in 20 consecutive surgically treated cases. Sometimes the resection of the normal intestine must accompany the removal of the duplication because of the intimate attachment of the common wall or because isolated resection would compromise blood flow to the adjacent bowel.

Endoscopic ultrasound-guided fine-needle aspiration in the diagnosis of foregut duplication cysts: Diagnosis of benign cysts of the mediastinum: Retrieved 16 April Duplications are usually removed surgically, even if they are found incidentally i.

National Center for Biotechnology InformationU. Those inteztinale that are contiguous with a portion of the intestinal tract share a common wall in which interlacing muscles are present [ 4 ].

Abstract Gastrointestinal duplication cyst is a rare congenital anomaly that may occur anywhere along the gastrointestinal tract from the tongue to the anus. Her symptoms had resolved following intextinale resection. Foregut duplication cysts are categorized on the basis of their embryonic origin into esophageal, bronchogenic, and neuroenteric cysts. EUS-FNA of duplication cysts can carry an increased risk of complications, but may be warranted to obtain a definitive diagnosis and to rule out more serious pathology.


Enteric duplication cyst – Wikipedia

At CT, a gastrointestinal duplication cyst manifests as a fluid-filled cystic mass with a thick, slightly enhancing wall that either arises from or is extrinsic to the gastrointestinal wall [ 1 ].

Inrestinale, they present with abdominal pain and melena.

EUS is the diagnostic tool of choice to investigate duplication cysts since it can distinguish between solid and cystic lesions. Small bowel duplication cysts can be associated with all three small bowel subtypes: Congenital malformations and deformations of digestive system Q35—Q45— Journal List Endosc Ultrasound v.

Ultrasound evaluation of the enteric duplication cyst: the gut signature

The clinical examination revealed pain and tenderness around the periumbilical right paramedian area and a semi-mobile palpable mass in the lower abdomen. Symptoms depend on the location of the duplication. Adult gastric duplication cyst: Presentation, endoscopic therapy, and long-term outcome with video Gastrointest Endosc.