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  • Choledochal Cyst

    After excluding coagulopathies and hematopathies, we treated him with percutaneous transhepatic angioplasty.[] CONCLUSION: Total laparoscopic choledochal cyst excision is safe and feasible.[] The surgical approach to choledochal cysts has evolved from the cyst-enterostomy to a complete excision with more recent use of minimally invasive approaches.[] artery with choledochal cyst in the literature.[] There were 3 cases of suspected adhesive colic that resolved without surgery.[] Abstract We report the first case series from Africa and the Middle East on choledochal cyst, a disease which shows significant geographical distribution with high incidence[] The most frequent diagnostic and treatment modalities were ultrasound (n 10), and endoscopic sphincterotomy (n 5).[] Note that biliary colic usually does not cause derangement of liver functions.[]

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  • Cholecystectomy

    OBJECTIVE: To retrospectively compare the clinical outcomes of percutaneous cholecystostomy (PC) and cholecystectomy in patients with acute cholecystitis admitted to an urban[] […] of gallbladder , surgical removal of the gallbladder , Excision of gallbladder NOS (procedure) , Gallbladder removal , Removal of gallbladder , Excision of gallbladder ,[] New minimally invasive approaches for cholecystectomy: Review of literature.[] A literature review identified 50 previously reported case of cystic artery pseudoaneurysm.[] Conservative management may also be appropriate for people with mild biliary colic, as the pain from colic can be managed with pain medications like NSAIDS (ex: ketorolac)[] Acid reflux (sharp pains in my chest- Middle and sides) 3. Bloating after every meal to at least one dress size larger. 4. Diarrhea 5.[] We excluded other endoscopic or surgical methods of intraoperative clearance of the bile duct, e.g. non-aided intraoperative endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography[] BACKGROUND: Controversy surrounding the role of percutaneous cholecystostomy (PC) is fed by the absence of large amounts of data concerning its outcomes, and many authors[]

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  • Acute Cholecystitis

    In total, 67 elderly patients and 32 nonelderly patients received percutaneous cholecystostomy.[] University Hospital, El Palmar, 30120 Murcia, Spain. [email protected] Abstract CASE: A 3-year-old boy underwent emergency external ventricular drainage and excision[] […] surgery approach or the ASU model.[] We describe 3 cases of cystic artery pseudoaneurysms secondary to acute cholecystitis, 2 with active hemobilia, treated with transcatheter embolization at our institution.[] Laboratory results are usually normal in patients with biliary colic.[] This case describes a middle-aged OHT recipient who developed a mycotic pseudoaneurysm after an episode of acute cholecystitis.[] BACKGROUND AND AIMS: The efficacy and safety of endoscopic gallbladder drainage (EGBD) performed via endoscopic retrograde cholangiography (ERC)-based transpapillary stenting[] […] for coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) because of severe stenosis in right coronary artery, aneurysm of left circumflex artery, and long-segment muscle bridge in the middle[]

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  • Appendicitis

    CONCLUSION: Approximately a quarter of patients will fail management of appendiceal abscess with percutaneous drain placement alone.[] The cyst was completely excised and measured roughly 25 cm 15 cm (Figure 1 ) and contained about 5 litres of fluid. Figure 1 Completely excised cyst.[] This article presents an update on the diagnostic approach to appendicitis through an evidence-based review.[] Optimal management of this condition is still a subject of debate, including superiority of surgical resection or angiographic embolization of the aberrant arterial vessel[] OUTCOMES: The patient underwent ileo-colic resection with en-bloc removal of the appendix.[] INTRODUCTION: Appendicitis is a significant economic and healthcare burden in low-, middle-, and high-income countries.[] Key words: Endoscopic abdominal surgery - Endoscopic appendectomy - Laparoscopic appendectomy[] Ultrasound Doppler of the kidney displayed mild renal artery stenosis. Differential diagnosis was acute appendicitis, acute ureteric and severe gastroenteritis.[]

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  • Pancreatic Pseudocyst

    KEYWORDS: Drain; Endoscopic ultrasound; Migrated Stent; Pancreas; Percutaneous; Pseudocyst; Removal; Snaring[] Surgical drainage - Patients with a more complicated condition are usually treated by either laparoscopy or open surgery, with subsequent cyst excision and drainage.[] AIM: The aim of this study is to introduce recent progress in the treatment of pancreatic pseudocyst, abscess and necrosis using the endoscopic approach.[] The majority of patients had bleeding from the splenic artery, the gastroduodenal artery and the anterior pacreaticoduodenal artery.[] She denied any prior history of such pain, or of biliary colic in the past.[] Abstract We report a case of a middle aged, man with diabetes who presented with dysphagia and odynophagia.[] Less commonly, bleeding from the aorta, the right gastro-epiploic artery, the middle colic artery, the left renal artery, the portal vein and the superior mesenteric vein[] It will feel like a lump in the middle or left upper abdomen.[]

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  • Chronic Intestinal Pseudo-Obstruction

    METHODS: Percutaneous endoscopic colostomy tubes were placed to allow intermittent decompression of the colon in response to the occurrence of symptoms.[] Prokinetic medications, surgical excision in cases of localized disease, and parenteral nutrition are frequently necessary.[] After following the described critical approach, we achieved the histological diagnoses in all the cases.[] There was no visible alteration in the arterial wall evocative of arterial dysplasia. Fig. 3.[] We report a case of a 21 y old man who was diagnosed as CIPO with a history of recurrent intestinal colic and obstructive symptoms, slow transit type of constipation, bilateral[] The patient also had a short small bowel without malrotation, brachydactyly, and absence of the 2(nd) to 4(th) middle phalanges of both hands.[] We present these two cases and give a review through the existing literature of the procedure in CIPO. 2015 Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society.[] Treatment may include antibiotics , prokinetic medications (metoclopramide, cisapride), surgical excision of intestinal segments in cases of localized disease, and parenteral[]

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  • Bile Duct Injury

    Strictures were treated with percutaneous dilatation in 33 patients (89.2%), and 4 patients (1.4%) were reoperated.[] These injuries include excision, division, narrowing and occlusion of these structures.[] The management of LC-related biliary injuries requires a multidisciplinary approach involving an endoscopist experienced in the use of ERCP, a skilled interventional radiologist[] The impact of a concomitant arterial injury in patients with a bile duct injury (BDI) remains debatable.[] In a very small proportion of patients, clots might not dissolve and form biliary plugs that can cause biliary obstruction causing jaundice and colic pain [ 38 , 39 ].[] The surgeon will make the incision either under the border of the right rib cage or in the middle of the upper part of the abdomen (between the belly button and the end of[] Author information 1 Unit of Digestive Endoscopy, San Paolo Hospital, Milan, Italy - [email protected][] Abstract Although laparoscopic cholecystectomy has revolutionized the surgical approach to patients with gallbladder disease, it has also brought a marked increase in the[]

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  • Hepatic Artery Aneurysm

    Here we suggest that hepatic artery aneurysm bleeding is a rare but potentially fatal complication that can be successfully treated by percutaneous coil embolization.[] Fourteen patients (39%) underwent elective procedures, including excision with vein graft (n 7), excision with dacron graft (n 3), excision alone (n 2), and percutaneous embolization[] A combined approach including endovascular exclusion of the celiac trunk and surgical closure of the aneurysm was chosen. The postoperative course was uneventful.[] The aneurysm involved the common and proper hepatic artery and was supplied by the gastroduodenal artery.[] Approximately one-third of patients present with hemobilia, characterized by jaundice, gastrointestinal bleeding, and biliary colic (Quincke's triad).[] They are more frequent in the territory of the basilar and middle cerebral artery.[] This cause of bleeding could not be brought under control endoscopically. Immediate surgical management became necessary.[] The patient was treated with percutaneous angiographic embolization of the left hepatic artery, followed by right nephrectomy and cholecystectomy.[]

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  • Pyelolithotomy

    Percutaneous access failed secondary to a nondilated system and/or an occluding lower pole calculus.[] […] identification in the removal procedure); (7) insertion of another needle to inject the thrombin solution; (8) wait 5 minutes to allow coagulum cast formation; (9) circumferential excision[] The approach is technically easy and straight-forward. We highly recommend its use in selected cases.[] Abstract Giant renal artery pseudoaneurysm after pyelolithotomy is an uncommon but important disorder.[] Presentation Patients may be asymptomatic or may present with symptoms that include renal colic, flank pain, sepsis, and/or hematuria.[] For middle caliceal calculus, the both trocars seem reasonable.[] PURPOSE: To present a combining pyelolithotomy and endoscopy, an alternative approach for treating staghorn calculi in children.[] […] substitution 685 XVIII Bladder Augmentation 691 107 Colocystoplasty 697 108 Ureterocystoplasty 701 109 Autoaugmentation by seromyotomy 705 XIX Ureteral Reconstruction and excision[]

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  • Angiofibroma

    A novel technique is described in which a JNA was completely devascularized prior to surgical removal by direct percutaneous embolization with only ethylene vinyl alcohol.[] To describe the occurence of trigeminocardiac reflex during endoscopic endonasal excision of juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma.[] Midfacial approaches can be also considered in these situations.[] The control of bleeding during the embolisation and occlusion of the maxillary or sphenopalatine artery was achieved by using a bi-luminal balloon catheter.[] The most prevalent site of origin was nasal septum, followed by inferior and middle turbinate. The commonest symptoms were nasal obstruction and epistaxis.[] […] that endoscopic radiofrequency ablation-assisted (RFA) resection will have superior intraoperative and/or postoperative outcomes as compared with traditional endoscopic ([] Abstract Percutaneous injection of embolization material within head and neck tumors is being described as an alternative or adjunct to transarterial embolization.[] We report a rare case of massive epistaxis in a 15-year-old boy resulting from spontaneous rupture of the intracavernous tract of the internal carotid artery 20 days after[]

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