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The diaphragm is the main muscle involved in ventilation and is supplied exclusively by the phrenic nerves. Congenital defects of the diaphragm muscle or phrenic nerve injury cause diaphragmatic paralysiseventration. Prognosis and treatment depend on whether involvement is unilateral or bilateral and on the patient's previous clinical status..
In addition, the diaphragm is an anatomical barrier between the thoracic and abdominal cavities and is traversed by the esophagus and important vascular and nerve structures. Abnormal dilation of the natural orifices of the diaphragm or loss of its continuity can cause abdominal structures to pass into the chest cavity, an occurrence known as diaphragmatic hernias.
According to their etiology, hernias are divided into congenital, acquired and traumatic. Clinical manifestations, prognosis and treatment depend mainly on hernia size and age at diagnosis..
Like any muscle, the diaphragm can develop benign or malignant primary tumors. However, diaphragm involvement due to tumors arising in adjacent organs is much more common. The prognosis is good in benign primary tumors and poor in both primary and secondary malignant tumors.. This article reviews the main anatomical and physiological characteristics of the diaphragm, routes of surgical access and the most frequent diseases affecting this structure..
ISSN: Diseases of the diaphragm. Descargar PDF. Autor para correspondencia. Palabras clave:. Prognosis and treatment depend on whether involvement is unilateral or bilateral and on the patient's previous clinical status.
Clinical manifestations, prognosis and treatment depend mainly on hernia size and age at diagnosis. The prognosis is good in benign primary tumors and poor in both primary and secondary malignant tumors. This article reviews the main anatomical and physiological characteristics of the diaphragm, routes of surgical access and the most frequent diseases affecting this structure. Adult chest surgery, pp.
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Ignacio Hanna Musse Dr. Guy de Chauliac fue el defensor del principio: pus bonum et laudible El pus es bueno y digno de alabanza. Sin embargo, al final de las indicaciones, Chauliac explica que la base de este tratamiento es solamante la esperanza. Hay 4 puntos de reforzamiento natural de la fascia transversalis:. Tenemos entonces como elementos constitutivos imprescindibles para la existencia de una herniade :. La existencia de un saco herniario ; y.
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