2017
DOI: 10.1016/j.rchic.2016.08.004
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Plastrón apendicular y manejo clínico actual: una decisión a reconsiderar. A propósito de un caso

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“…Depending on the time and extension of the inflammation, acute appendicitis is classified in acute intraluminal inflammation, catarrhal inflammation, acute mucosal and submucosal inflammation, phlegmonous appendicitis and acute necrotizing appendicitis [ 23 ]. Among these clinical pictures, a perforated appendix wall induces the creation of an appendicular plastron as a defense mechanism to the local barrier transgression [ 24 ]. This is an inflammatory mass created by the adhesion of the appendix to the small intestine, the cecum and/or the epiplon [ 24 , 25 ].…”
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“…Depending on the time and extension of the inflammation, acute appendicitis is classified in acute intraluminal inflammation, catarrhal inflammation, acute mucosal and submucosal inflammation, phlegmonous appendicitis and acute necrotizing appendicitis [ 23 ]. Among these clinical pictures, a perforated appendix wall induces the creation of an appendicular plastron as a defense mechanism to the local barrier transgression [ 24 ]. This is an inflammatory mass created by the adhesion of the appendix to the small intestine, the cecum and/or the epiplon [ 24 , 25 ].…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Among these clinical pictures, a perforated appendix wall induces the creation of an appendicular plastron as a defense mechanism to the local barrier transgression [ 24 ]. This is an inflammatory mass created by the adhesion of the appendix to the small intestine, the cecum and/or the epiplon [ 24 , 25 ]. Our surgical sample showed a fully intact cecum wall with a protruding mass that later was identified as a completely subserosal appendix.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%