E.G. Zubkova1, M.I. Zemskova1, A.Z. Almyashev1,2, A.A. Ivashin2
1Republican Oncological Dispensary of the Republic of Mordovia, Saransk
2National Research Mordovian State University named after N.P. Ogarev, Saransk
Ivashin Artem A. ― assistant of the Department of Oncology with a course of radiation diagnostics and radiation therapy of the National Research Mordovian State University named after N.P. Ogarev
30 Ulyanov Str., Saransk, 430027, Russian Federation, e-mail: email@example.com, ORCID ID: 0000-0001-7842-1954, SPIN-код: 1349-4515, AuthorID: 999602
Abstract. A rare clinical case is presented in a 67-year-old man with spontaneous asymptomatic migration of an esophageal structure from 2 nitinol stents («stent-in-stent») from the esophageal-small-intestinal anastomosis formed after gastrectomy with reconstruction according to the Ru complicated by failure into the rectum with a favorable outcome after transanal endoscopic removal.
Key words: endoscopic esophageal stenting, self-expanding metal stents, migration.