capitonnage

capitonnage

A near-extinct term for the obliteration of a cavity by suturing the cavity’s walls.
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In our study, 9 (25.0%) patients underwent laparoscopic deroofing with omentoplasty, 6 (16.7%) patients underwent marsupialization, 5 (13.9%) patients underwent marsupialization with omentoplasty, 5 (13.9%) patients underwent cystopericystectomy, 4 (11.1%) patients underwent cystopericystectomy with omentoplasty, 3 (8.3%) patients underwent enucleation with external drainage, 2 (5.6%) patients underwent capitonnage, and 1 (2.8%) patient each underwent enucleation with capitonnage and PAIR.
Cystotomy and capitonnage were performed on all the other patients.
Partial cystectomy, capitonnage, marsupialization, unroofing, introflexion, partial liver resection or lobectomy together with cyst resection, and pericystectomy can be performed during open surgery.
Cysts were removed by classical cystostomy and capitonnage, lobectomy, wedge resection, or cyst enucleation.
(1984) recommended external or internal drainage, capitonnage, omentoplasty, cystectomy and partial hepatectomy hepatic hydatadosis in humans.
Treatment of the residual cavity during hepatic hydatidosis surgery: a cohort study of capitonnage vs.
For centrally localized cysts, as the cyst can lead to bronchopulmonary tree, surgical drainage of the cyst and capitonnage is performed, whereas in asymptomatic cysts surrounded by parenchyma, lobectomy, wedge resection, pericystectomy, endocystectomy, or combined albendazole treatment is preferred.
Cystotomy and capitonnage are the standard treatments for typical hydatid disease.
The other operations (29%; n = 98) included total pericystectomy (8%; n = 27), endocystectomy with capitonnage (18%; n = 61), and external drainage (3%; n = 10).