Is RTA a new potential option for the treatment of hydatid cysts?
...in biliary or bronchial fistulae, prompted by endocyst detachment; chemical cholangitis
or pneumonia, due to passing of hypertonic saline or ethanol into the bilia...anism; (2) avoiding the use of chemical media, there is no risk of chemical cholangitis
or pneumonia, so, unlike PAIR, the existence of cysto-biliary communication...
Study examines radiation dose estimates for pregnant women undergoing therapeutic ERCP
...OOK, Ill. April 28, 2009 Pregnant women with gallstone disease may require immediate endoscopic intervention because of potentially life-threatening cholangitis
(infection in the bile ducts) or gallstone pancreatitis (inflammation of the pancreas). The radiation exposure in endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancr...
What is the clinical character of Fitz-Hugh-Curtis syndrome?
... the lower abdomen, and 6 patients presented with pain only in the lower abdomen. The first impression at the time of visit was acute cholecystitis or cholangitis
in 10 patients and acute appendicitis or a pelvic inflammatory disease in 8 patients. Twenty-one patients were diagnosed by abdominal CT, and the resu...
Penn researchers find a new role for a 'Foxy Old Gene'
...nd synthesizing new ones. Problems arise when too many bile salts accumulate in the liver.
Diseases of bile regulation, such as primary sclerosing cholangitis
(PSC), are characterized by problems with bile transport from the liver to the gut. The researchers found that in both children with biliary atresia a...
ASGE issues updated guidelines on antibiotic prophylaxis for gastrointestinal endoscopy
...oscopic procedures, before placement of prosthetic devices, and in specific clinical scenarios. Examples of these special situations are prevention of cholangitis
after ERCP with incomplete drainage of bile duct obstruction, prevention of pancreatic cyst infection after fine needle aspirate at endoscopic ultraso...
Combined stenting and photodynamic therapy improves survival in late stage liver cancer patients
... the stent-only group included patients developing cholangitis
after therapy with two patients dying as a consequ...e PDT group, seven patients (37 percent) developed cholangitis
treated with antibiotics alone. No patients had co...sions. Successful therapy was defined by relief of cholangitis
(infection caused by biliary blockage), jaundice a...
Children's Hospital 1 of 10 pediatric hospitals in US selected to study liver disease in kids
...da to collect and study information necessary to understand the possible causes and treatment of a destructive liver disease called primary sclerosing cholangitis
The Studies of Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis, or STOPSC, is a multi-center research effort initiated, funded and organized by The Musette a...
Acute pancreatitis and cholangitis: a complication caused by a migrated gastrostomy tube
...es showed the tip of the gastrostomy tube with the balloon had migrated into the second portion of the duodenum. They diagnosed acute pancreatitis and cholangitis
secondary to duodenal obstruction. Her family doctor might have inserted the tube too deeply. After the tube was replaced, her symptoms improved immed...
... Budd-Chiari - Hepatocellular carcinoma
Gallbladder / Biliary tree ( Gallstones , Cholecystitis , PSC , Ascending cholangitis
) - Pancreas ( Acute pancreatitis , Chronic pancreatitis , Pancreatic pseudocyst , Hereditary pancreatitis , Pancreatic cancer )
is inflammation of the bile duct. The most common cause is a bacterial infection, and the problem is then an ascending cholangitis
. However, there are other types of cholangitis
as well. Ascending cholangitis
or acute cholangitis
is an infection of the bile du...
Primary sclerosing cholangitis
(PSC) is a chronic liver disease caused by progressive inflammation and scarring of the bile ducts of the liver. The inflammation impedes the flow of bile to the gut, which can ultimately lead... Primary sclerosing cholangitis
...E, et al. Fatty liver disease. The American College ... Introduction· Cirrhosis· Fatty Liver · Primary Biliary Cirrhosis· Primary Sclerosing cholangitis
... Just consuming a high-fat diet does not result in fatty liver . ... Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention of Fatty Liver ... Microvesicu...
...s to develop. ... When cirrhosis is fully developed, a ... Bile duct disorders such as primary biliary cirrhosis and primary sclerosing cholangitis
... Cirrhosis is an irreversible condition. ... Cirrhosis — Comprehensive overview covers symptoms, treatment of this life-threat...