Bochdalek

Boch·da·lek

(bok'dă-lek),
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Morgagni hernia, bochdalek hernia, and diaphragmatic hernia.
Posterior mediastinal neuroblastoma, ganglioneuroma, neurogenic cyst, meningeal cyst and Bochdalek hernia may also form similar radiological findings.
Wilson, "Incarcerated Bochdalek hernia presenting as acute pancreatitis," British Journal of Surgery, vol.
It therefore may mimic posterior mediastinal masses, such as a Bochdalek hernia, neurogenic mass, or sequestration [6, 13].
INTRODUCTION: Bochdalek hernia is a type of congenital diaphragmatic hernia that typically occurs in childhood, remains clinically silent and may present as life-threatening surgical emergencies during adulthood.
foramen of Morgani or Bochdalek, (8,9) the esophageal and aortic hiatus or through any other procedure with the potential to injure the falciform ligament, are some of the other theories suggested.
Se realizo tomografia de torax simple en donde se observo la presencia de hernia de Bochdalek que condiciono ectopia renal derecha en posicion intratoracica, ademas de hernia hiatal.
La primera descripcion de la enfermedad se hizo en 1679: Lazarus Riverus encontro en la autopsia de un paciente masculino de 24 anos un defecto diafragmatico (publicacion postuma); posteriormente Morgagni (1769) y Bochdalek (1848) documentaron otros tipos de defectos en distintas areas del diafragma.
9) Bochdalek hernia, Morgagni's hernia, and hiatal hernias and agenesis are the commonly reported congenital anomalies of the diaphragm.
Vincent Alexander Bochdalek named the fusion defect of the posterolateral foramina of the diaphragm in 1848.
Caecal perforation with faecal peritonitis - unusual presentation of Bochdalek hernia in an adult: a case report and review of literature.