Chilaiditi syndrome


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Chi·lai·di·ti syn·drome

(kē-lah-thē'tē),
interposition of the colon between the liver and the diaphragm.

Chi·lai·di·ti syn·drome

(hē-lā-dhē'te sin'drōm)
Interposition of the colon between the liver and the diaphragm.

Chilaiditi,

Demetrius, Austrian radiologist, 1883–.
Chilaiditi syndrome - interposition of the colon between the liver and the diaphragm.
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Hepatodiaphragmatic interposition of colon or Chilaiditi syndrome.
Complications are rare in Chilaiditi syndrome and include volvulus of the cecum, splenic flexure, or transverse colon and perforation of cecum, or subdiaphragmatic appendix.
The Chilaiditi Syndrome and associated volvulus of the transverse colon.
Accompanied by clinical symptoms mostly related to the gastrointestinal tract, the entity is known as Chilaiditi syndrome (3).
Chilaiditi syndrome as a cause of respiratory distress.
Chilaiditi syndrome associated with transverse colon volvulus: first report in a paediatric patient and review of the literature.
Chilaiditi syndrome is rare, often challenging to diagnose and difficult to treat.
When a patient exhibits this anatomic anomaly and has associated gastrointestinal symptoms, the condition is called Chilaiditi syndrome [2].
An abdominal coronal and axial compound tomography (CT) images confirmed extensive small-bowel pneumatosis, pneumoperitoneum, hepatic portal venous gas, and chilaiditi syndrome (Fig.
Regarding Chilaiditi syndrome, all the following statements are correct except:
Factors contributing to the occurrence of Chilaiditi syndrome are all the following except: