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  • Afferent Loop Syndrome

    ., percutaneous transhepatic biliary drainage or percutaneous direct transperitoneal jejunostomy techniques-have been applied.[] However, mini gastric bypass is a misnomer, as this procedure is more malabsorptive than the RYGBP. Recently, it is called single or one anastomosis gastric bypass.[] The efferent limb extends downstream through the distal jejunum and on down towards the cecum.[] Non-surgical approaches include internal drainage by stenting at the stenotic or anastomotic site and external drainage via the percutaneous routes.[] […] stenosis - Achlorhydria - Gastroparesis - Gastroptosis - Portal hypertensive gastropathy - Gastric antral vascular ectasia - Gastric dumping syndrome Intestinal Duodenum / ileum[] Upper digestive endoscopy revealed a punctiform anastomotic stricture of the afferent loop.[] In vivo labeling of red blood cells with 99mTc: a new approach to blood pool visualization. J Nucl Med 1977; 18:305-308. ‏[]

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  • Biliary Drainage

    However, in rare cases of fracture of percutaneous transhepatic biliary drainage (PTBD) catheters, only a percutaneous transhepatic technique for retrieving should be applied[] […] number NTR234 Study information Scientific title Acronym DROP-trial Study hypothesis Early surgical treatment (exploration followed by resection [pancreatoduodenectomy] or bypass[] The superior mesenteric artery (SMA) and the inferior mesenteric artery (IMA) form the other two branches of the abdominal artery, and supply the colon, the ileum, cecum,[] This report describes the technique used for bilateral drainage via a transgastric approach.[] […] devices for EUS-BD would help refine the technical aspects and minimize the possibility of complications, making it a more promising procedure. 2017 Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy[] Malignant distal biliary obstruction: a systematic review and meta-analysis of endoscopic and surgical bypass results. Cancer Treat Rev 2007 ;33: 213 - 221 39.[] However, transpapillary approach may be infeasible in patients, if cannulation is difficult, drainage cannot reach the duodenal papilla, and percutaneous approach may be infeasible[]

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  • Duodenal Fistula

    Percutaneous obliteration of the duodenal fistula was successfully performed using gelfoam injection through a catheter.[] The clinical courses and outcomes of the two patients (one survivor ) treated with retroperitoneal debridement and extra-anatomic bypass and a review of the modern surgical[] The ileostomy was created 20 cm from the cecum.[] We herein describe a new therapeutical approach involving lipiodol injection, which we performed to treat a patient who had unsuccessfully undergone surgery for a posttraumatic[] However, sometimes a large stone may pass through the fistula and then becomes 'stuck' at the narrowest part of the small intestine, the distal ileum.[] […] in cases of unsuccessful endoscopic papillo-sphincterotomy.[] She underwent left axillo-bifemoral bypass, resection of the fistula, Rouxen-Y gastro-jejunostomy, pyloric exclusion and controlled duodenal fistula the following day.[]

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  • Gallstone Ileus

    Surg Laparosc Endosc Percutan Tech. 2010; 20(2): 64–65 CrossRef Google Scholar Copyright information Hellenic Surgical Society 2012 Authors and Affiliations N.[] To our knowledge, this is the first report of gallstone ileus after biliointestinal bypass.[] At sonography and CT the appendix is seen as a blind-ending nonperistaltic tubular structure arising from the base of the cecum.[] DESCRIPTION: In our study, after reporting two cases of biliary ileus managed by our surgical division, we will analyze the most suitable diagnostic procedures and the therapeutic approaches[] Small bowel obstruction was again demonstrated with an impacted gallstone within the distal ileum seen on CT scan.[] endoscopic stone extraction from the colon using electrohydraulic lithotripsy.[] Brings you up to date with recent developments in transplantation, minimally invasive surgery, percutaneous devices, pre- and post-care, blood transfusion, and surgical techniques[]

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  • Intestinal Tuberculosis

    Methods of biopsy include CT or US guided percutaneous biopsy, endoscopic ultrasound guided biopsy, and surgical (open or laparoscopic) biopsy.[] […] anastomosis terminoterminal, con mejores resultados que otras técnicas menos agresivas como la excisión de la perforación y la sutura primaria con parche de epiplón, el bypass[] The cecum and ascending colon were the commonest sites involved.[] The ITB is a disease that may mimic many other diseases; therefore a correct approach is necessary for the correct diagnosis and treatment.[] Although the ileum appeared normal at colonoscopy and by biopsy, intestinal perfusion studies showed that the ileum was secreting water and electrolytes.[] Specimens obtained via endoscopy were analyzed microscopically by a pathologist.[] Tissue for histopathological and bacteriological study can be obtained by percutaneous, laparoscopic, colonoscopic, or open peritoneal biopsy.[]

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  • Duodenal Crohn's Disease

    This unusual constellation of findings was managed with percutaneous techniques in which transhepatic catheterization of the bile duct permitted balloon dilatation of the[] There is no role for vagotomy in bypass procedures.[] Ulcerative colitis –continuous involvement L colon and rectum; TI normal • Diverticulitis –tics; intact mucosa; TI normal • Tuberculosis –but TB has more involvement of cecum[] This paper presents a summary of the published literature on duodenal Crohn's disease, including a review of the surgical approaches to this uncommon problem.[] Often, the diseased area of the colon is continuous with the diseased ileum, and therefore involves the ileocecal valve between the ileum and the colon.[] Although the duodenum can be accessed without difficulty during endoscopy, it is challenging to preoperatively diagnose malignant transformation.[] Abscesses must be drained, either percutaneously or surgically.[]

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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.[] In all three patients prior use of drugs to stimulate gastrointestinal motility, antibiotics to suppress bacterial overgrowth and surgical bypass of dilated bowel had failed[] As these patients were poor candidates for any surgical treatment we carried out percutaneous endoscopic colostomy by placing a 20-Fr tube in the cecum with the introducer[] After following the described critical approach, we achieved the histological diagnoses in all the cases.[] The radio-opaque markers proved extremely useful for determining which loop of the ileum should be utilized for the ileostomy.[] Parenteral nutrition (PN) is feeding a person intravenously, bypassing the usual process of eating and digestion.[] Colonic pseudo-obstruction is characterized by massive dilatation of the cecum (diameter 10 cm) and right colon on abdominal X-ray.[]

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  • Colonic Crohn's Disease

    Abscesses must be drained, either percutaneously or surgically.[] When internal fistulas develop, food may bypass areas of the bowel that are necessary for absorption of nutrients. This can lead to malnutrition.[] Abstract By instilling water into the large intestine, sonographic visualization of the whole length of the colon from the rectosigmoid to the cecum can be achieved.[] We used an immunogold ultrastructural morphometric approach to localize tumor necrosis factor-alpha in colonic Crohn's disease biopsies.[] Children with disease in the colon respond better to enteral nutrition if the ileum is also involved. This may be due to different underlying inflammatory mechanisms.[] As collated with correspondent results of biopsy and surgical specimens, the diagnostic accuracy of endoscopy was evaluated.[] Cancer risk also rises in people who've had a segment of their bowel bypassed. Dr.[]

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  • Cecal Disease

    Here a patient with pneumatosis intestinalis after a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG).[] An internal fistula may cause food to bypass areas of the bowel completely. This can lead to inadequate absorption of nutrients.[] Abnormal intestinal motility invagination of the apex of the cecum. Intussusception of the body of the cecum into the base - a cecocecal intussusception most commonly.[] Gastrointestinal Disease: An Endoscopic Approach, Second Edition has been completely revised and updated into a one-volume clinical reference text.[] It forms the junction between the ileum and the large intestine. cecum 1. the first or proximal part of the large intestine, forming a dilated pouch distal to the ileum and[] […] to defecate or cause bowel habit irregularities (although it is sometimes associated with diarrhea) because the stool passing through the cecum is slushy and can easily bypass[] However, results of this approach in Caucasian RCD patients is hardly supported by evidence.[]

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  • Colonic Pseudo-Obstruction

    When conservative treatment failed, ultrasonographically guided percutaneous drainage of the caecum was performed to relieve progressive caecal dilatation.[] A 72-year-old man who underwent a coronary artery bypass graft surgery 11 days prior presented to the emergency room with abdominal distension, peripheral edema, and dyspnea[] Laparoscopic inspection showed that the cecum was viable, and a laparoscopic cecostomy was placed.[] Clinical symptoms, diagnostic approach, and therapeutic measures are analysed and discussed.[] The patient then underwent a subtotal colectomy from the terminal ileum to distal sigmoid colon with ileostomy.[] Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 2002; 56:789-92 Ponec RJ et al.Neostigmine for the Treatment of Acute Colonic Pseudo-Obstruction.[] Pseudo-obstruction varieties of same thing Entire intestine is affected Aggravated by drugs and metabolic disturbance (hypokalemia) Post severe acute illness, pneumonia, cardiac bypass[]

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