paraesophageal

paraesophageal

/para·esoph·a·ge·al/ (-e-sof″ah-je´al) near or beside the esophagus.

paraesophageal

beside the esophagus.

paraesophageal herniation
see paraesophageal hernia.
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In total, 80%-90% of neurogenic tumors, paraesophageal cysts, mesenchymal tumors, and liposarcomas generally develop in the posterior mediastinum.
Mediastinal and paraesophageal abscess is observed frequently, and brain abscess and epidural abscess have been reported rarely in both children and adults (1).
Caption: FIGURE 1: Hyperfunctional parathyroid adenoma in retrotracheal and right paraesophageal position (arrow).
HH is classified into two types depending on the position of the gastroesophageal (GE) junction and the extent of herniated stomach: sliding hernias and paraesophageal hernias [6, 7].
Esophageal perforations due to ingestion of a foreign body can cause complications like mediastinal infection, vascular trauma (aortoesophageal fistula, pseudoaneurysm), paraesophageal abscess, tracheoesophageal fistula, pneumomediastinum, pneumothorax, pericarditis, and some others [10, 11, 14-17].
30) Labeling the lymph nodes according to the region where they were obtained in the proximal paraesophageal, distal paraesophageal, perigastric lesser curvature, or perigastric greater curvature can be done; however, there is no evidence that this practice influences the prognosis in the case of positive nodes.
The CT scan revealed a posterior mediastinal mass in the right lower one-third of the paraesophageal area.
Air densities, compatible with the pneumomediastinum seen in the paraesophageal region, with prominence in the paraaortic area were detected in tomography (Figure 2).
CECT thorax and abdomen was done which revealed irregular mid and lower thoracic esophageal thickening with paraesophageal nodes.
Drawing on content from the two-volume Operative Techniques in Surgery, this volume describes surgical techniques in thoracic and esophageal surgery, covering the trachea, lung, mediastinum, esophagus, diaphragm, paraesophageal hernias, gastroesophageal reflux, Barrett's esophagus and esophageal cancer, and esophageal perforation.
6) Initial positron emission tomography (PET) imaging revealed a mildly hypermetabolic paraesophageal lymph node, but no other findings consistent with advanced disease.
The use of small intestine submucosa in the repair of paraesophageal hernias: Initial observations of a new technique.