paraduodenal

paraduodenal

/para·du·o·de·nal/ (par″ah-doo″o-de´n'l) (-doo-od´ah-n'l) alongside, near, or around the duodenum.
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foramen de Winslow); a traves de un defecto paranormal en la union entre el mesenterio y el peritoneo (hernias paraduodenal o pericecal); por un defecto del mesenterio (hernias transmesenterica, transomental o pelvica) (18); por combinaciones de algunas de ellas (19,20) y aun por el paso del contenido hemiario a traves de defectos anatomicos exoticos (21-23).
Other forms of pancreatitis, such as autoimmune pancreatitis and paraduodenal pancreatitis, may be associated with a discrete mass.
Paraduodenal hernia continues to be the most common type of internal hernia (50%) in the abdomen without prior surgery [3, 4] compared with trans-mesenteric hernia in which the incidence ranged from 8 to 10% [5, 6].
Internal hernias can occur in many locations, including paraduodenal, the foramen of Winslow, pericecal, and intersigmoid.
The obstruction may have been due to adhesions, a chronic midgut volvulus, or a paraduodenal hernia (Dis.
Various names for this entity have been used, including myoadenomatosis, cystic dystrophy of heterotopic pancreas, para-duodenal wall cyst, pancreatic hamartoma of duodenum, and paraduodenal pancreatitis, (4) all of them reflecting certain elements that can be more prominent in some cases.
The patient underwent cholecystectomy & wedge resection of the liver with resection of transverse colon and paraduodenal lymph nodes.
This transition of the fourth portion from a retroperitoneal to an intraperitoneal position creates the paraduodenal recesses of Landzert (on the left) and Waldeyer (on the right), which are potential sites of internal hernias.
Specifically, using historical data, these consist of paraduodenal (53%), pericecal (13%), foramen of Winslow (8%), transmesenteric and transmesocolic (8%), intersigmoid (6%), and retroanastomotic (5%).
21) Dr Zamboni and colleagues then review nonneoplastic mimickers of pancreatic neoplasms, including autoimmune pancreatitis (lymphoplasmacytic sclerosing pancreatitis) and paraduodenal pancreatitis (groove pancreatitis).
1-3) Various types of CP, particularly alcoholic, hereditary, autoimmune, and paraduodenal pancreatitis, (4) can closely mimic PDAC, both clinically and morphologically.