ESFINTER ESOFAGICO INFERIOR HIPERTENSO PDF

However, the intramural denervation that induces dysfunction of the gastrointestinal tract is progressive. Objective: To detect the presence of esophageal motor disorders in asymptomatic individuals chronically infected with Trypanosoma cruzi using standard esophageal manometry. Methods: A cross sectional study in 28 asymptomatic subjects 27 men, age In all cases demographic characteristics, gastrointestinal symptoms and esophageal motility disorders using conventional manometry were analyzed. Presence of hypertensive LES raises the possibility that this alteration represents an early stage in the development of chagasic achalasia. Keywords: Chagas disease, Trypanosoma cruzi, esophagus, motility, achalasia, Mexico Texto completo??

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Correspondencia: Dr. Fray Diego de la Magdalena , Col. Resultados: se identificaron siete casos con EEIH. The lack of a precise definition has made it difficult to establish its prevalence and its clinical and manometric characteristics. Objectives: 1 To determine the prevalence of HLES using precise diagnostic criteria, 2 To identify the clinical manifestations of this disease, and 2 To compare manometric findings in patients with HLES against normal subjects.

Methods: A total of consecutive esophageal manometries were performed over 52 months. Clinical records were reviewed to identify the main symptoms that prompted the manometry. The manometric data of patients with HLES was compared to that of 16 healthy control subjects.

Four HLES cases were referred due to dysphagia, two due to symptoms of gastroesophageal reflux disease, and one due to thoracic pain. Upon comparing manometric data of patients with HLES and healthy control subjects the motor function of the esophageal body, the total length of the lower esophageal sphincter, and its position in respect to the diaphragm were similar in both groups.

Dysphagia was the main symptom. Total length of the sphincter, as well as length of the thoracic and abdominal segments do not appear to contribute to high basal pressure. Key words: Lower esophageal sphincter, hypertensive lower esophageal sphincter, esophageal manometry, dysphagia, gastroesophageal reflux, thoracic pain, prevalence.

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Correspondencia: Dr. Fray Diego de la Magdalena , Col. Resultados: se identificaron siete casos con EEIH. The lack of a precise definition has made it difficult to establish its prevalence and its clinical and manometric characteristics. Objectives: 1 To determine the prevalence of HLES using precise diagnostic criteria, 2 To identify the clinical manifestations of this disease, and 2 To compare manometric findings in patients with HLES against normal subjects.

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