Hepatodiaphragmatic interposition of colon or Chilaiditi syndrome.
Hepatodiaphragmatic interposition of the intestine (usually hepatic flexure of the colon) or Chilaiditi sign or pseudopneumoperitoneum is usually an incidental finding, which can cause confusion with other surgical emergencies.
It was first described by Demetrius Chilaiditi in 1910 (1).
Chilaiditi, "Zur Frage der Hepatoptose und Ptose im Allgemeinen im Anschlussan Drei Falle von Temporarer, Partieller Lebererlagerung," Fortschr Geb Rontgenstr Nu- klearmed Erganzungsband 1910; 16: 173-208.
Chilaiditi sign is an incidental radiologic finding first described by Greek radiologist Dimitrios Chilaiditi in 1906 as an interposition of colonic loops between the diaphragm and the live?
Chilaiditi syndrome: a rare entity with important differential diagnoses.
Hepatodiaphragmatic interposition of the bowel loop was described by Demetrious Chilaiditi in 1910.
Chilaiditi syndrome in the differential diagnosis of renal colic.
's syndrome was described by Demetrius Chilaiditis
in 1910 for the first time with three cases who had no complaints (1).
syndrome is rare, often challenging to diagnose and difficult to treat.
An abdominal coronal and axial compound tomography (CT) images confirmed extensive small-bowel pneumatosis, pneumoperitoneum, hepatic portal venous gas, and chilaiditi
syndrome, all the following statements are correct except: