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Diagnosis of diverticulosis and diverticulitis. Tryggvi Björn Stefánsson Dept of Surgery Landspitali University Hospital. Diverticulosis. Barium Enema. Barium Enema. Diverticulitis. Clinical classification Hinchey classification Ambrosetti classification.

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Diagnosis of diverticulosis and diverticulitis

Diagnosis of diverticulosis and diverticulitis

Tryggvi Björn Stefánsson

Dept of Surgery

Landspitali University Hospital


Diverticulosis

Diverticulosis

  • Barium Enema.


Barium enema

Barium Enema


Diverticulitis

Diverticulitis

  • Clinical classification

  • Hinchey classification

  • Ambrosetti classification


Clinical classification european association for endoscopic surgeons

Clinical classification(European association for endoscopic surgeons)

I. Symptomatic uncomplicated disease.

Fever, crampy abdominal pain, CT evidence of phlegmonous diverticulitis.

II. Recurrent symptomatic disease. Recurrence of above.

III. Complicated disease.

(hemorrhage, abscess, perforation, purulent and fecal peritonitis, stricture, fistula, small-bowel obstruction due to postinflammatory adhesions)


Hinchey classification

Hinchey classification

  • Stage 1

  • Pericolic or mesenteric abscesses.

  • Stage 2

  • Walled off pelvic abscess.

  • Stage 3

  • Generalised purulent peritonitis.

  • Stage 4

  • Generalised fecal peritonitis


Ambrosetti s ct staging of diverticulitis

Ambrosetti’s CT Staging of Diverticulitis.

  • Mild Diverticulitis

    Localized sigmoid wall thickening (less than 5 mm)

    Inflammation of pericolic fat.

  • Severe Diverticulitis

    Abscess

    Extraluminal air

    Extraluminal contrast


Complicated diverticulitis

Complicated diverticulitis

  • Abscess

  • Purulent peritonitis

  • Faecal peritonitis

  • Colovaginal fistula

  • Colovesical fistula

  • Colocutan fistula

  • Stricture

  • Hemorrage


Differential diagnosis

Differential diagnosis

  • Appendicitis.

  • Inflammatory bowel disease(Crohn’s disease).

  • Pelvic inflammatory disease.

  • Tubal pregnancy.

  • Tuboovarian abscess.

  • Cystitis.

  • Advanced colonic cancer.

  • Infectious colitis.

  • Colorectal cancer.


Diagnostic tools

Diagnostic tools

  • Clinical symptoms.

  • Lab tests.

  • Barium enema.

  • Ultrasound.

  • MRI.

  • CT.

  • Laparoscopy.


Clinical symptoms

Clinical symptoms

The AVOD study: Chabok A et al, British Journal of Surgery 2012


Wbc crp

WBC, CRP


Computed tomography

Computed Tomography

  • Diverticulas

  • Thickening of the bowel wall >3 mm-5mm.

  • Cloudy fat in the mesentery


Abscess

Abscess


Diagnosis of diverticulosis and diverticulitis

CT

  • Sensitivity 93%-98%

  • Specificity75%-100%

  • Stefánsson T, Acta Radiol. 1997 Mar;38(2):313-9.

  • Doringer E. Crit Rev Diagn Imaging 1992; 33: 421–35

  • Hulnick DH et al, Radiology,1984; 152: 491–95.

  • Cho KC et al, Radiology 1990; 176: 111–15.

  • Ambrosetti P et al Dis Colon Rectum 2000; 43: 1363–67.


Barium enema1

Barium Enema

  • Diverticulas

  • Edema

  • Intramural sinus tract.

  • Extravasated contrast material outlining an abscess cavity.

  • Fistula.


Barium enema2

Barium Enema

  • Sensitivity 0.82 (95% CI: 0.71-0.90)

  • Specificity 0.81 (95% CI: 0.67-0.91)

    Stefánsson T, Acta Radiol. 1997 Mar;38(2):313-9.


Ultrasound

Ultrasound


Ultrasound1

Ultrasound

  • Inflamed segment.

  • Hypoechogenic thickening of the bowel wall (Hypertrophy of muscularis propria)

  • Hyperechogenic halo (Pericolitis, inflammatory fat)

  • Diverticulum with hyperechogenic halo.

  • Luminal narrowing.

  • Hypoperistalsis.

  • Pericolic abscess.


Ultrasound2

Ultrasound

  • Operator dependent

  • Sensitivity 98.6%

  • Specificity 96.5%

  • Schwerk WB, Zeitschrift für Gastroenerologi 1993


Ultrasound3

Ultrasound

  • Inflammatory target sign in the left lower quadrant,

  • Hyperechogenic halo and diverticula.

  • Highly suggestive of ACD in a symptomatic patient.

  • Surgeons in training showed 84% sensitivity for US diagnosis . Comparable to the results of specialists.

  • A. Zielke, Surgical Endoscopy 1997.


Us vs ct

US vs CT

  • Sensitivity

  • US : 92% (95% CI:80%-97%)

  • CT94% (95%CI: 87%-97%) (p=0.65).

  • Specificity

  • US90% (95%CI: 82%-95%)

  • CT99% (95%CI: 90%-100%) (p=0.07).

  • Alternative diseases sensitivity ranged

  • between 33% and 78% for US and

  • between 50% and 100% for CT

  • Wytze Laméris, Eur Radiol (2008) (metatanalysis)


Magnetic resonance imaging

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

  • Uncomplicated diverticulitis

  • Diverticula

  • Bowel wall thickening ( more than 3-5 mm)

  • Pericolonic fat stranding

  • Complicated diverticulitis

  • Diverticula

  • Bowel wall thickening more than 5 mm

  • Perforation, Abscess

  • fistula


Diagnosis of diverticulosis and diverticulitis

MR


Diagnosis of diverticulosis and diverticulitis

MR


Diagnosis of diverticulosis and diverticulitis

MR


Laparoscopy

Laparoscopy

  • Acute abdomen

  • Acute abdomen due to diverticulitis

    Differentiate between purulent peritonitis and faecal peritonitis.

  • Recurrent diverticulitis or cronic diverticulitis to decide if the patient must be operated or not.


Summary

Summary.

  • Lower abd pain, tenderness and raised CRP.

  • US ? If in doubt CT or MRI.

  • CT or MRI best to diagnose complications and diff diagnosis.

  • 6-8 weeks later colonoscopy if you want to rule out cancer.


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