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Migration of a Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrojejunostomy Tube into the Colon with Small Intestinal Telescoping

Taki S, Maekita T, Sakata M, Fukatsu K, Maeda Y, Iguchi M, Ito H, Kitano M

Continuous duodenal levodopa/carbidopa intestinal gel delivery by a gastrostomy infusion system improves control of Parkinson’s disease. The overall complication rates of percutaneous endoscopic gastrojejunostomy were reported to be 41% and...
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Surgical Management of Intestinal Obstruction from Phytobezoar

Tang MH, Heng G

PURPOSE: Phytobezoar is the most common type of bezoar, which can occasionally present as an intestinal obstruction. In this study, the surgical experience and outcome in the management of intestinal...
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Rapunzel Syndrome Removed with Enteroscopy in a Child

Chun SW, Lee K, Park YJ, Shin HD

A trichobezoar is a type of bezoar that is composed of hair. In most cases, it is confined to the stomach, but in rare cases, it may extend to the...
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A rare presentation of Rapunzel syndrome with multiple small bowel intussusceptions

Min KJ, Tchah H, Kim SM, Choi JY

Rapunzel syndrome is caused by gastric trichobezoar with extended tail and small bowel obstruction. Patients with gastric trichobezoar can be asymptomatic until the bezoar increases in size. We report a...
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Rapunzel Syndrome: Sonography and Computed Tomography of Trichobezoar

Wijaya AT, Atmadja B

Trichobezoar is caused by hair ingestion that accumulates in the gastrointestinal tract. It is associated with psychiatric disorders. Occasionally, the hairs invade through pylorus and cause obstruction, which is known...
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A Successful Management after Cement Ingestion: A Case Report

Lee SH, Lee KW

Cases of the cement ingestion are rare. This paper reports the successful management of cement ingestion with gastric lavage and endoscopic washing. A 69-year-old man who had a stuporous mentality...
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Small Bowel Obstruction Caused by Aloe vera Bezoars: A Case Report

Hong IT, Cha JM, Ki HJ, Kwak MS, Yoon JY, Shin HP, Jeoun JW, Choi SI

Small bowel obstruction is a clinical condition commonly caused by postoperative adhesion, volvulus, intussusceptions, and hernia. Small bowel obstruction due to bezoars is clinically uncommon, accounting for approximately 2-4% of...
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A Case Report of Gastric Outlet Obstruction Due to Gall Bladder Distension from Acute Cholecystitis

Lee DW, Park SH

Gastric outlet obstruction (GOO) is a disease that causes pyloric canal or duodenal atresia by various etiologies. It is mainly caused by malignancy or peptic ulcer and rarely caused by...
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Ureteral Obstruction Caused by Aspergilloma in a Non-Immunosuppressive Patient

Chang JB, Song PH, Choi JY

Although rarely, aspergillosis can cause obstructive uropathy. This generally occurs in patients with immunosuppressive conditions. Herein, we report a case of aspergilloma that caused ureteral obstruction in a 79-year-old man...
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Cholangiocarcinoma in choledochal cyst after cystoenterostomy: how a mistreated choledochal cyst can progress to malignancy

Baik H, Park YH, Seo SH, An MS, Kim KH, Bae KB, Choi CS, Oh SH, Choi YK

This case report presents an unusual case of cholangiocarcinoma arising nearly 35 years after cystoduodenostomy for choledochal cyst. The patient visited our hospital with dyspepsia and studies revealed bezoar within...
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Megaduodenum with Duodenal Diospyrobezoars

Park HW, Lee HS

Bezoars are retained masses of ingested materials accumulating within the gastrointestinal track. While gastric bezoars are often observed, duodenal bezoars are rarely reported. A 77-year-old man who had frequently consumed...
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Ultrasonographic differentiation of bezoar from feces in small bowel obstruction

Lee KH, Han HY, Kim HJ, Kim HK, Lee MS

PURPOSE: To evaluate ultrasonographic accuracy in the differentiation of a bezoar from feces in a small bowel obstruction showing feces-like material just proximal to the transitional zone in abdominal computed...
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An unusual case of candidemia presenting as acute respiratory distress syndrome after a small bowel bezoar removal operation

Mun YS, Lee MS, Park JS, Lee JW, Jung SY, Yoon HJ, Han HY

We report a rare case of sepsis with acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) caused by Candida parapsilosis and Candida famata after a small bowel bezoar operation. The patient was successfully...
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Can Fecaloma be Dissolved by Cola Injection in a Similar Way to Bezoars?

Kang JH, Lim YJ

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Clinical Outcomes Associated with Treatment Modalities for Gastrointestinal Bezoars

Park SE, Ahn JY, Jung HY, Na S, Park SJ, Lim H, Choi KS, Lee JH, Kim DH, Choi KD, Song HJ, Lee GH, Kim JH

  • KMID: 1792363
  • Gut Liver.
  • 2014 Jul;8(4):400-407.
BACKGROUND/AIMS: With technical and instrumental advances, the endoscopic removal of bezoars is now more common than conventional surgical removal. We investigated the clinical outcomes in a patient cohort with gastrointestinal...
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Clinical Analysis and Proper Management of the Patients Visited ER Due to Ingested Foreign Body: Single Center Experience

Park YE, Oh EM, Choi ST, Lee JN, Lee WK, Kim KK

PURPOSE: The conventional treatment for ingested foreign bodies (IFB) is removal, which is successful in most cases. However, it can be associated with severe complications, such as gastrointestinal tract perforation,...
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A Case of a Huge Biliary Bezoar Treated with ESWL

Kwon HC, Kim HJ, Jang YH, Jeon JH, Kim YH, Suh WY, Jang SB

A bezoar is a mass formed by the accumulation of digested food. A biliary bezoar, namely a bezoar formed in the bile duct, is rare, which occurs mostly in patients...
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Perforated Duodenal Diverticulum Caused by Bezoar: A Case Report

Lee JE, Moon SK, Park SJ, Lim JW, Lee DH, Ko YT

Duodenal diverticulum is common, but its perforation is a rare complication. Duodenal diverticulum perforation requires prompt treatments because of its high mortality rate. However, an accurate diagnosis is difficult to...
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A Large-Sized Phytobezoar Located on the Rare Site of the Gastrointestinal Tract

Yang JE, Ahn JY, Kim GA, Kim GH, Yoon DL, Jeon SJ, Jung HY, Kim JH

  • KMID: 2425262
  • Clin Endosc.
  • 2013 Jul;46(4):399-402.
Bezoars are concretions of undigested material and are most often observed in the stomach. They can occur at any site in the gastrointestinal tract; however, duodenal localization is very rare....
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A Case of Huge Gastric Bezoar Removed by Endoscopic Combination Therapy with Coca-Cola Injection

Jung MS, Lee JW, Lee SH, Kim DH, Byun SH, Kim YM

  • KMID: 2320050
  • Yeungnam Univ J Med.
  • 2013 Jun;30(1):62-65.
Gastric bezoars are concretion of undigested material in the gastrointestinal tract. In the past, gastric bezoars were generally treated with surgical management. Recently, the efficacy of oral intake or endoscopic...
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