Laparoscopic surgery by spontaneous rupture of the esophagus, a case report of treatment Boerhaave syndrome
Keywords:Boerhaave syndrome, Laparoscopic fundoplication, Esophageal rupture
Spontaneous rupture of the esophagus, Boerhaave syndrome, is a rare pathology and emergency condition for the patient. Patient, 63-year-old, on the 6th day of the disease falls into the clinic, where a Boerhaave syndrome was diagnosed. Laparoscopic surgery was performed. Sanitation and drainage of the mediastinum, suturing of the perforation hole were performed. After the operation, а positive response to treatment was observed. A group of authors believes that a minimally invasive approach to the treatment of spontaneous esophageal rupture is the alternative method for patients with severe somatic status and a small perforated opening of the esophagus.
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