TITLE

Manejo de la enfermedad cavitaria pulmonar en tres niños

AUTHOR(S)
René Cázares García, Luis; Fernando Huerta Romano, José; de Lima Barragán Jiménez, Rosa; Everardo Montoya Gutiérrez
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
Revista Mexicana de Pediatria;ene/feb2010, Vol. 77 Issue 1, p17
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Case Study
ABSTRACT
Se relata la experiencia en tres niños lactantes con infección de las vías respiratorias superiores que recibieron tratamiento con múltiples antimicrobianos, sin mejoría; en uno de ellos después se llega al diagnóstico clínico y radiológico de enfermedad cavitaria con absceso pulmonar, por lo que se maneja con un esquema médicoquirúrgico. El caso 1 evoluciona al tratamiento con buena respuesta al manejo médico pero el caso 2 (con diagnóstico de tuberculosis) fallece antes de los 6 meses de edad. Con base en la experiencia de los casos que se describen es importante resaltar que el médico planee el abordaje diagnóstico y terapéutico de estos casos para conocer el diagnóstico etiológico, y definir las medidas terapéuticas para el manejo integral y multidisciplinario de estos casos.
ACCESSION #
50746031

 

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