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1,824 Possible Causes for Common, ductal, hepatic, ostium

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  • Recurrent Pyogenic Cholangitis

    MR cholangiography depicted all 46 (100%) segments with ductal dilatation, 22 (96%) of 23 segments with focal ductal stricture, and 43 (98%) of 44 segments with ductal calculi[] CONCLUSION: MR imaging is very useful for differential diagnosis of malignant vs. benign hepatic masses in patients with RPC.[] Lack of space in the common bile duct to open the retrieval basket because of stone impaction was the major reason for failure.[] Cheng , Extraperitoneal Transduodenal Choledochoduodenostomy for Removal of Overlooked Common Bile Duct Stones , Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery , 40 , 2 , ([]

    Missing: ostium
  • Sinusitis

    Retention cysts, highly viscous mucus, mucus extravasations, and metaplastic epithelial changes add to the vicious cycle of blockage of the ostium-meatus unit. 1. .[] Hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver.[] Adverse effects, primarily diarrhea, were 80% more common in the antibiotic compared with the placebo groups.[] […] accurate term rhinosinusitis has superseded the terms rhinitis and sinusitis (1,2) usually results from inadequate drainage of the sinuses, typically the maxillary sinus ostium[]

    Missing: ductal
  • Cholangitis

    To relax the muscular clamp that overlaps the ostium of the common bile duct within the duodenal wall, magnesium sulfate, spasmolytic agents, or mineral waters such as Borzhomi[] The extent of ductal exploration depended on the patient's hemodynamic status.[] Resources In This Article Inclusion Body Hepatitis/Hydropericardium Syndrome Overview of Inclusion Body Hepatitis/Hydropericardium Syndrome in Poultry[] AIM: To evaluate the efficacy and safety of emergency endoscopic needle-knife precut papillotomy in acute severe cholangitis resulting from impacted common bile duct stones[]

  • Caroli Disease

    Malformation of the ductal plate is an integral component of Meckel syndrome.[] Key Words: Congenital hepatic fibrosis ; Caroli's disease[] Caroli disease is more common in the female gender as compared to the male gender.[] This is a rare congenital disorder that classically causes saccular ductal dilatation, which usually is segmental.[]

    Missing: ostium
  • Pancreas Divisum

    Ductal anatomy was correctly diagnosed in 23 of 41 cases (56.1%). Eight of 14 cases (57.1%) were correctly diagnosed as pancreas divisum.[] […] common hepatic duct (CHD)' in 20 (4.4 %), 'RPSD to cystic duct' in 2 (0.4 %), 'accessory duct to CHD' in 3 (0.7 %), 'accessory duct to right hepatic duct (RHD)' in 1 (0.2[] Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography revealed a submucosal lesion involving the minor duodenal papilla and for which the ostium was not observed.[] PBM may be combined with a stenosis of the distal common bile duct and pathological changes in the common bile duct wall (congenital cyst of bile duct), being a potentially[]

  • Congenital Hepatic Fibrosis

    Ten patients had renal abnormalities and nine had an associated ductal plate malformation.[] Congenital hepatic fibrosis may occur alone, in which case it is called isolated congenital hepatic fibrosis .[] […] stone located in the common bile duct when documented, and to confirm the diagnosis of Caroli's syndrome.[] Digestive system Liver and pancreatobiliary system Liver congenital hepatic fibrosis Wednesday 1 February 2006 The basic lesion of congenital hepatic fibrosis corresponds to ductal[]

    Missing: ostium
  • Choledochal Cyst

    ductal union (7).[] Abstract We describe a novel technique for laparoscopic hepatic ductoplasty and hepaticojejunostomy in choledochal cyst with a narrow common hepatic duct.[] A segment of dilated common bile duct and an attached nodule was received.[] Abstract Double common bile duct (DCBD) is a rare congenital anomaly of the biliary system, often associated with biliary lithiasis, choledochal cyst, pancreaticobiliary maljunction[]

    Missing: ostium
  • Pylephlebitis

    On this study, the liver appeared normal, with no intra- or extra-hepatic ductal dilatation. The kidneys, aorta, spleen and pancreas all appeared within normal limits.[] Liver imaging findings include unopacified branches of the portal vein, transient hepatic attenuation differences (THAD) and intrahepatic abscesses. 5 Hepatic portal venous[] […] tomography of her abdomen and pelvis with intravenous contrast was negative for acute intra-abdominal pathology, but incidentally identified an oval-shaped filling defect at the ostium[] Of all these etiologies, until recently, the most common cause that produced it was acute appendicitis, currently the most common etiology is documented colonic diverticulitis[]

  • Endocardial Cushion Defect

    A large ostium primum defect was found, with bridging leaflets attached to the interventricular septum.[] Clinical assessment should include checking for femoral pulses and measurement of pre- and post-ductal saturations.[] Signs of congestive heart failure consist in feeding difficulties, excessive sweating, tachycardia, tachypnea, subcostal and intercostal retractions, mild wheezing, hepatic[] Abstract Subacute bacterial endocarditis involving the common atrioventricular (AV) valve is a rare complication of complete endocardial cushion defect.[]

  • Bile Duct Injury

    […] arteries associated with significant lesions of intrahepatic bile ducts of the sclerosing cholangitis type, i.e. fibrous collar around the ducts, periductal inflammation and ductal[] Liver biopsy disclosed CNSDC-like bile duct injuries and severe interface hepatitis and lobular hepatitis with perivenular zonal necrosis were observed.[] Three cases of common bile or hepatic duct injuries occurred in a series of eighty laparoscopic cholecystectomies; In case 1, the common bile duct was misidentified as the[] The child was transferred to our institution where radioisotope scanning and endoscopic retrograde cholangiography confirmed the extent of the ductal injury.[]

    Missing: ostium