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Acta Endoscopica

, Volume 36, Issue 5, pp 739–747 | Cite as

Comment choisir la bonne prothèse œsophagienne?

  • R. Laugier
  • N. Tuvignon
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Résumé

Les prothèses œsophagiennes existent depuis de nombreuses décennies, mais se sont développées avec une extraordinaire rapidité ces dernières années. Ce rapide développement est dû au remplacement des prothèses en plastique, non expansibles par celles, plus souples, en métal auto-expansible et de plus grand diamètre. Cette évolution s’est associée à une diminution de la mortalité et de la morbidité tout en augmentant son efficacité [1, 2].

Mots-clés

œsophage prothèses en métal autoexpansibles 

How to choose the adapted esophageal stent?

Summary

Esophageal stents exist for decades now, but have taken a rapidly growing place, these last years. This rapid development is related to the replacement of old plastic non expandable stents by new selfexpanding metal stents (SEMS) less rigid and of greater size. This change was associated with a decreased mortality and morbidity together with an increased efficiency [1, 2].

Keywords

oesophagus self-expandable metal stents (SEMS) 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. Laugier
    • 1
  • N. Tuvignon
    • 1
  1. 1.CHU La TimoneMarseilleFrance

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