ECTOPIA TORACICA DEL RENE ED ERNIA DIAFRAMMATICA RETROPLEURICA

Translated title of the contribution: Thoracic ectopia of the kidney and retropleural diaphragmatic hernia

F. Cozzi, P. Caione, M. Rivosecchi

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Abstract

The authors describe a child with thoracic kidney in whom the left diaphragm was not attached to the posterolateral wall and the kidney, left colon and stomach were shifted upwards between the endothoracic fascia and the parietal pleura. The relationship between this type of retropleural diaphragmatic hernia, and the diaphragmatic hernia through the foramen of Bochdalek is discussed. Review of the pertinent literature reveals a different incidence regarding both the affected side and sex in these 2 conditions. It is likely that the defect involved in thoracic kidney differs embryologically and anatomically from Bochdalek's foramen.

Original languageItalian
Title of host publicationClinica Pediatrica
Pages184-198
Number of pages15
Volume55
Edition4
Publication statusPublished - 1973

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Diaphragmatic Hernia
Thorax
Kidney
Pleura
Fascia
Diaphragm
Stomach
Colon
Incidence

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Cozzi, F., Caione, P., & Rivosecchi, M. (1973). ECTOPIA TORACICA DEL RENE ED ERNIA DIAFRAMMATICA RETROPLEURICA. In Clinica Pediatrica (4 ed., Vol. 55, pp. 184-198)

ECTOPIA TORACICA DEL RENE ED ERNIA DIAFRAMMATICA RETROPLEURICA. / Cozzi, F.; Caione, P.; Rivosecchi, M.

Clinica Pediatrica. Vol. 55 4. ed. 1973. p. 184-198.

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Cozzi, F, Caione, P & Rivosecchi, M 1973, ECTOPIA TORACICA DEL RENE ED ERNIA DIAFRAMMATICA RETROPLEURICA. in Clinica Pediatrica. 4 edn, vol. 55, pp. 184-198.
Cozzi F, Caione P, Rivosecchi M. ECTOPIA TORACICA DEL RENE ED ERNIA DIAFRAMMATICA RETROPLEURICA. In Clinica Pediatrica. 4 ed. Vol. 55. 1973. p. 184-198
Cozzi, F. ; Caione, P. ; Rivosecchi, M. / ECTOPIA TORACICA DEL RENE ED ERNIA DIAFRAMMATICA RETROPLEURICA. Clinica Pediatrica. Vol. 55 4. ed. 1973. pp. 184-198
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