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Archives de pédiatrie
Volume 14, n° S3
pages 159-164 (octobre 2007)
Doi : S0929-693X(07)80021-2
Pathologies digestives, infections intestinales et invagination intestinale aiguë
Digestive diseases, intestinal infections and intussusception
 

E. Mas , A. Breton
Unité d'Hépatologie, Gastroentérologie et Nutrition Pédiatriques, Hôspital des Enfants, 330 avenue de Grande-Bretagne, TSA 70034, 31059 Toulouse cedex 9, France. 

*Correspondance.
Résumé

Les connaissances concernant les mécanismes physiopathologiques de l'invagination intestinale aiguë (IIA) progressent. Le développement des nouveaux vaccins anti-rotaviraux a nécessité une surveillance de cette pathologie. En effet, le vaccin Rotashield® avait été retiré du marché en raison de la survenue de plusieurs cas d'IIA. Nous présentons dans cet article des données étiopathogéniques et épidémiologiques, ainsi que les pathologies associées à un risque plus important de survenue d'une IIA. II s'agit de pathologies infectieuses (virales ou bactàriennes) parfois suspectàes lors d'IIA idiopathiques et de diffàrentes pathologies digestives qui favorisent un trouble de la motricità intestinale lors d'IIA secondaires.

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Abstract

There is an improvement in the knowledge of intussusception's pathophysiology. It is due to the development of new rotavirus vaccines, while initially Rotashield® was taken off the market because of several cases of intussusception. We report etiopathogenic and epidemiological data, and we describe the diseases associated with an increase risk of intussusception. Intestinal infections (viral or bacterial) are suspected in idiopathic intussusception. Secondary intussusceptions can develop in various intestinal diseases because of intestinal motility abnormalities.

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Mots-clés : Invagination intestinale, Infections intestinales, Rotavirus, Vaccin




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