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Infectious peritonitis after endoscopic ultrasound-guided biliary drainage in a patient with ascites

Okuno N, Hara K, Mizuno N, Kuwahara T, Iwaya H, Tajika M, Tanaka T, Ishihara M, Hirayama Y, Onishi S, Toriyama K, Ito A, Kuraoka N, Matsumoto , Obata M, Yasuda M, Kurita Y, Tanaka H, Niwa Y

SUMMARY OF EVENT: Bacterial, mycotic peritonitis and Candida fungemia developed in a patient with moderate ascites who had undergone endoscopic ultrasound-guided biliary drainage (EUS-BD). Antibiotics and antifungal agent were administered...
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Percutaneous placement of H-configured triple biliary and enteral stents through a single access: A solution for complex bilio-enteric obstruction

Park S, Park AW

A 75-year-old male with recurrent pancreatic adenocarcinoma after a previous Whipple's procedure presented with jaundice. The local advancement of the tumor caused obstructions of the common bile duct, intrahepatic bile...
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Combined use of a two-channel endoscope and a flexible tip catheter for difficult biliary cannulation

Kuwatani M, Kubota Y, Kawahata S, Kubo K, Kawakubo K, Kawakami H, Sakamoto N

A 69-year-old woman with jaundice was referred to our hospital. After a final diagnosis of pancreatic cancer with liver metastasis, we performed transpapillary biliary drainage with a covered self-expandable metal...
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Intraductal migration of necrotic hepatocellular carcinoma: A possible cause of obstructive cholangitis after chemoembolization

Park HJ, Shin JH

Acute obstructive cholangitis due to the migration of necrotized tumor fragment(s) has been rarely reported after transarterial chemoembolization (TACE). We report an unusual case of it, which was demonstrated by...
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Portosystemic collateral pathways and interventions in portal hypertension

Bandali MF, Mirakhur A

Pathologic increase in portal pressure can be caused by increased resistance to blood flow at the level of the portal vein (pre-hepatic), hepatic sinusoids (hepatic) or hepatovenous outflow (post-hepatic). This...
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A new and improved transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) stent graft: Controlled expansion

Trieu H, Lee EW

Initial underdilation of transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) stents has been a widely proposed and commonly practiced technique to balance portal hypertension relief and the adverse effects associated with excess...
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Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt trends in China: A brief review

JiangQiang X, YuZheng Z

Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt (TIPS) is now considered as a major treatment option for cirrhotic patients with portal hypertension. Globally, it is getting markedly increase attention, and a similar phenomenon...
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A review of recent experience with transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt creation using intravascular ultrasound

Kao SD, Lee EW

Portal vein access has historically been the most technically challenging step in the creation of transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunts (TIPSs). The use of intravascular ultrasound (IVUS) for guidance of portal...
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Portal vein embolization prior to hepatectomy: Techniques, outcomes and novel therapeutic approaches

Hung ML, McWilliams JP

Hepatectomy plays a pivotal role in the management of primary and secondary malignancies of the liver, and offers a curative option for the patient. Postoperative liver failure is a severe...
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Greetings from the Guest Editor

Lee EW

No abstract available.
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