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Archives de pédiatrie
Volume 18, n° 2
pages 153-155 (février 2011)
Doi : 10.1016/j.arcped.2010.11.003
Received : 27 September 2009 ;  accepted : 25 November 2010
Hétérotopie pancréatique associée a une dilatation kystique du cholédoque. À propos d’un cas
Bile duct dilatation associated with pancreatic heterotopia: A case report
 

K. Atarraf a, , M. Lachqar a, K. Znati b, H. Elfatemi b, M. Arroud a, M. Rami a, K. Khattala a, A. El Madi a, A. Amarti b, M. Hida c, A. Afifi a, Y. Bouabdallah a
a Service de chirurgie pédiatrique, hôpital Al Ghassani, CHU Hassan II, Fès 30000, Maroc 
b Laboratoire d’anatomie pathologie, hôpital Al Ghassani, CHU Hassan II, Fès 30000, Maroc 
c Service de pédiatrie, hôpital Al Ghassani, CHU Hassan II, Fès 30000, Maroc 

Auteur correspondant. Appartement 4, residence Elmenzah, quartier Elwafae, route sefrou, Fès 30000, Maroc.
Résumé

L’hétérotopie pancréatique ou pancréas aberrant est une anomalie congénitale rare, habituellement asymptomatique, de diagnostic difficile. Nous rapportons le cas d’un nourrisson âgé de 8mois, opéré à la période néonatale pour atrésie de l’œsophage type III dans le cadre d’un syndrome VACTERL, associée à une dilatation kystique du cholédoque et une hétérotopie pancréatique. Cette association ne nous semble pas avoir été décrite antérieurement.

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Pancreatic heterotopia or aberrant pancreas is a rare congenital anomaly, usually asymptomatic. Its diagnosis is difficult. We report an original observation in an 8-month-old infant, operated in the neonatal period for esophageal atresia type III in the context of VACTERL syndrome, cystic dilatation of the bile duct, and pancreatic heterotopia.

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