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Minimally Invasive Approach to Esophageal Perforation after Endoscopic Ultrasound-Guided Fine-Needle Aspiration: A Report of 2 Cases

Geraedts Anna C. M., Broos Pieter P. H. L., Gronenschild Michiel H. M., Custers Frank L. J., Hulsewe Karel W. E., Vissers Yvonne L. J., de Loos Erik R.,
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 ( Geraedts Anna C. M. ) - Zuyderland Medical Centre Department of Surgery
 ( Broos Pieter P. H. L. ) - Zuyderland Medical Centre Department of Surgery
 ( Gronenschild Michiel H. M. ) - Zuyderland Medical Centre Department of Respiratory Medicine
 ( Custers Frank L. J. ) - Zuyderland Medical Centre Department of Respiratory Medicine
 ( Hulsewe Karel W. E. ) - Zuyderland Medical Centre Department of Surgery
 ( Vissers Yvonne L. J. ) - Zuyderland Medical Centre Department of Surgery
 ( de Loos Erik R. ) - Zuyderland Medical Centre Department of Surgery

Abstract


Esophageal perforation after endoscopic ultrasound-guided fine-needle aspiration for mediastinal staging is a rare but severe complication. We report 2 cases of patients with esophageal perforation who were treated using video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery in combination with esophageal stenting. Through these cases, the feasibility of minimally invasive thoracic surgery was evaluated.

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Endoscopic procedures; Video-assisted thoracic surgery; Injury; Esophageal perforation

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