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doi: 10.1016/S0009-739X(01)71812-X
Esplenosis: una entidad infradiagnosticada
Splenosis: An Under-Diagnosed Clinical Entity
M. Echenique1, , J.A. Amondarain, J. Arrosagaray, J.P. Sanz, C. Lirón de Robles
Departamento de Cirugía. Hospital Nuestra Señora de Aránzazu. Unidad Docente de Medicina. Facultad de Medicina. Universidad del País Vasco. San Sebastián
Aceptado 30 noviembre 2000
Resumen
Introducción

La esplenosis es una entidad observada ocasionalmente y probablemente infradiagnosticada.

Material y métodos

Se ha realizado un análisis retrospectivo de 303 esplectomías de indicación variada: 112 traumáticas, 134 por procesos hematológicos, 43 por cirugía resectiva, nueve por parasitosis y/o infecciones y nueve por otras causas.

Resultados

Se determinó la existencia de tejido esplénico funcional en 14 ocasiones. En 9 casos fue confirmada la existencia de tejido esplénico implantado mediante laparotomía debido a los síntomas producidos.

Conclusiones

La esplenosis es una entidad a considerar en el seguimiento a largo plazo de pacientes esplenectomizados y sintomáticos.

Resumen
Introduction

Splenosis is an infrequently observed clinical entity and is probably under-diagnosed.

Patients and methods

We performed a retrospective analysis of 307 splenectomies performed for various indications: traumatic in 112 patients, hematological processes in 134, surgical resection in 43, parasitosis and/or infections in 9 and other causes in 9.

Results

Functional splenic tissue was found in 14 patients. In 9, splenic tissue implanted by laparotomy was confirmed by the symptoms produced.

Conclusions

Splenosis should be considered in the longterm follow-up of symptomatic splenectomized patients.

Palabras clave
Bazo, Esplenosis
Key words
Spleen, Splenosis
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Correspondencia: Dr. M. Echenique Elizondo. Departamento de Cirugía. Hospital Ntra. Sra. de Aránzazu. Dr. Begiristain, 105. 20010 San Sebastian. Guipúzcoa.
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