Clin Pediatr Surg | Volume 1, Issue 2 | Case Report | Open Access
Haif Assia*, Makhloufi Warda, Achouri Djelloul, Bougharnout Halima, Attalah Meriem and Soualili Zineddine
Department of Pediatric Surgery, University Hospital Center of SETIF, Algeria
*Correspondance to: Haif AssiaFulltext PDF
Accidental traumatic intraperitoneal rupture resulting by anaphylactic shock is the well-known complication, unlike to the anaphylactic shock caused by the intravascular spread of cyst contents which is a rare.
This article reports an unusual case description about 13 years old boy, following a trauma admitted to the public hospital with few signs. Ultrasonography demonstrated a hydatid cyst in the liver with the drainage of the cyst contents into the right hepatic vein without free peritoneal fluid. A shortly afterwards anaphylactic shock developed and the patient transferred to our emergency.
An abdominal laparoscopic examination, after stabilization of patient confirmed rupture of the cyst, which was treated laparoscopically. Additionally, the patient received albendazole.
We think that laparoscopic surgery can be recommended in this kind of clinical presentation of echinococcosis which is safe, feasible and effective?
Hydatid cyst; Rupture; Anaphylactic shock; Vessels; Laparoscopic
Assia H, Warda M, Djelloul A, Halima B, Meriem A, Zineddine S. Laparoscopic Treatment of Anaphylaxis after Intravascular Rupture of Hydatid Cyst following Abdominal Trauma (A Case Report and Brief Literature Review). Clin Pediatri Surg. 2020;1(2):1006..