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Esophageal duplication cysts are usually close to the esophagus (Figure 13).
Keywords: Duplication cyst, laparoscopic surgery, stomach
They include pericardial and neural cysts, bronchogenic cysts, esophageal duplication cysts, neurenteric cysts, and cysts of other origin.
Gastrointestinal stromal tumor arising from a gastric duplication cyst.
A gangrenous perforated duplication cyst of the caecum with faecal peritonitis was found during an exploratory laparotomy.
An intestinal duplication cyst was first described in 1733, and most commonly develops in the ileum on the mesenteric margin or the contralateral side.
Duplication cyst is a rare congenital condition that forms during the embryonic period of alimentary tract development.
The findings were consistent with a congenital duplication cyst arising from the lower third of the esophagus.
Based on the constellation of imaging findings, a presumptive diagnosis of bronchogenic cyst was made, given the separation of the cyst from the esophageal wall; however, in the absence of histology, the differential diagnosis included esophageal duplication cyst.
Based on the symptoms and investigations, the differential diagnosis of Meckel's diverticulum and alimentary canal duplication cyst was made.
1) The enterogenous type of duplication cyst, when associated with vertebral anomalies, is known as a neuroenteric cyst.
Differential diagnosis included enteric duplication cyst, lymphoma and especially in an African setting, hydatid cyst and amoebic abscess.
The accessory pancreatic papilla entering the closed duplication cyst was the main cause of the pancreatitis in this child.