HISTORIA DEL PSICODRAMA Centro Zerka T. Moreno LAS HUELLAS DE MORENO EN LA ARGENTINA En las décadas del sesenta y setenta, dos psiquiatras argentinos se formaron en la escuela de Jacob Levi Moreno. Para esto Monica Zuretti y Dalmiro Bustos viajaron a Estados Unidos para comenzar un aprendizaje que cambiaría radicalmente sus rumbos profesionales y personales BREVE BIOGRAFÍA DE JL
Case 5 cuvelier - drug induced perforation of the small intestine.pagesDRUG INDUCED ULCERATION AND PERFORATION OF THE SMALL
Claude Cuvelier, MD, PhD
Academic Department of Pathology,
This case is the strangest drug induced ulcer with perforation of the small intestinal wall that I have ever seen! The patient had taken his drug (Motilium) just like the nurse had told him to do, but as he was confused he did not remove the package and swallowed it with the known results of clinical perforating terminal ileal tumour and the histology of ileal perforation as The majority of changes amongst drug induced pathology consist of ulcerations, stricture formation, inflammatory processes and ischaemia which are really non-specific signs. Clues indicating drug-induced aetiology may be apoptotic epithelial cells, increased intra-epithelial lymphocytes and the presence of eosinophils. The drug-induced pathology has been claimed to be responsible for a large proportion of the pathological conditions affecting the small intestine (present in up to 70% of chronic non- steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs -NSAID- users!). The morphological features as seen in drug induced small intestinal the various conditions which may lead to a diagnosis and to consider mechanisms in important for the pathogenesis of the small intestinal damage.
The presence of focal active inflammation can indicate acute infectious ileitis, resolving infectious enteritis and early chronic inflammatory bowel disease - especially when eosinophilic cryptitis and crypt abscesses occur but it can also be related to the use of drugs like NSAID and is then called NSAID enteropathy. Although the gastric and duodenal ulcerations are known since many years, the small intestinal drug-induced alterations are less recognized and this because the ileum is less frequently reached at endoscopy. The exact pathogenesis of NSAID enteropathy is not fully understood but increased mucosal permeability, loss of tight junction function, intracellular organelle damage are implicated and factors that contribute further to the mucosal lesions are vascular. They include a decrease in blood flow, impaired neutrophil function, defects in mucosal defence and inhibition of prostaglandins. Access of luminal content and bacteria to the mucosa will induce an inflammatory infiltration and ulceration, responsible for the clinical symptoms of protein loss and unexplained anaemia. In ileal biopsies the lesions are mostly mild and present as superficial erosions, increased apoptotic figures as well as eosinophilic infiltrates causing cryptitis and crypt abscesses. Non-specific ileal ulcers may be induced by NSAID.
One condition which is very rare is distinctive and is claimed to be typical of NSAID enteropathy, namely diaphragm disease. This typically presents with single (rarely) or many diaphragms that are web-like mucosal septa causing luminal narrowing and obstruction. They are in general perpendicular fibrotic bands covered by a reactive mucosa that can be ulcerated Drugs which can cause intestinal damage include potassium chloride, administered orally in the treatment of hypokalemia. It may cause ulcers and strictures throughout the gastrointestinal tract by irritation of localized high salt concentrations or localized ischaemia. Kayexalate, sodium polystyrene sulphonate in sorbitol, that is administered orally, via a nasogastric tube or by enema in patients with hyperkalemia can induce ulceration, necrosis, perforation. It is well distinguishable in slides as polygonal basophilic crystals, staining Selective Internal Radiation Therapy (SIRT), radioembolization of primary or metastatic liver tumours by injection of biocompatible microspheres carrying radioisotopes into hepatic artery or its branches can induce gastroduodenal injury due to misplacement of radioactive microspheres in the gastrointestinal tract.
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EVA R. KIMONIS, PH.D. Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute Phone: (813) 974-8612; Fax: (813) 974-6411 PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS AND TRAINING Assistant Professor (tenure-track) Department of Mental Health Law and Policy, Louis de la Parte Florida Mental Health Institute, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL Post-Doctoral Resident Department of Pediatrics, USF Health,