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A Case of Malignant Biliary Stricture Mimicking Benign Stricture coincided with Clonorchis sinensis

Kim H, Han JH, Park SM, Kim JT, Jang JS, Lee HS, Lee S, Yeon M

Accurate and early diagnosis of indeterminate bile duct stricture is difficult. There are numerous cases suggesting similarity between benign tumors and malignancy. Therefore, meticulous evaluation with endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP),...
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A Case of Hemosuccus Pancreaticus Associated with Pseudoaneurysm of Splenic Artery

Cho YH, Kwon CI, Jin SM, Song SH, Park HJ, Shin DK, Park PW

Splenic artery pseudoaneurysm (SAP) is a rare condition, occurring from many causes like pancreatitis, peptic ulcer, surgery, abdominal trauma and iatrogenic origins. SAP poses a great challenge to clinicians because...
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Common Bile Duct Stone Caused by Migrated Surgical Clip 10 Years after Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

Ha SS, Lim YR, Lee JH, Sim JH, Yoo JS, Lee KJ, Kim DH, Kim JW

Rarely, surgical clips can migrate into the biliary tract after laparoscopic cholecystectomy and work as a nidus for biliary stone formation. We report a case of the development of a...
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A Case of Xanthogranulomatous Cholecystitis Decreased in Size after Steroid Treatment and Avoided Extended Resection

Kang J, Lee SH, Lee JW, Lee J, Park JY, Lee BS, Ryu JK, Kim YT

Xanthogranulomatous cholecystitis is an uncommon destructive inflammatory disease with accumulation of lipid-laden macrophages, fibrous tissue, and inflammatory cells. It is often mistaken for gallbladder cancer due to diffuse wall thickening...
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A Case of an Accessory Cystic Duct Draining into the Right Intrahepatic Duct

Kang C, Nam DI, Jung IH, Moon HG, Youn B, Yang JS, Lee NH, Seo YH

Anatomic variations in the biliary tree may not be detected until adulthood and they can cause unexplained jaundice and biliary pain. Recognition of these anatomic variations is important to avoid...
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Predictive Factors of Malignant Potential in Gallbladder Polyps

Ju Y, Lee YC, Kang MH, Seo SY, Kim SH, Cho BH, Yu HC, Yang JD, Lee SO

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Although the incidence of GB polyps is increasing with improved surveillance, the study of predictive factors of malignant potential has not been sufficient. The aim of this retrospective study...
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Pain Control, Nutritional and Emotional Support

Koh DH

Pancreatic cancer is one of the most lethal malignancies. Despite the availability of newer and better antineoplastic combinations, the 5-year survival rate for all stages of pancreatic cancer remains only...
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Management of Borderline Resectable Pancreatic Cancer and Local Treatment of Locally Advanced Pancreatic Cancer

Son BK

With the advances in the imaging techniques, it is now possible to more accurately diagnose and stage pancreatic cancer. However, there is no uniform definition of "borderline resectable pancreatic cancer...
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Chemotherapy and Targeted Therapy with Management of Related Complications in Pancreatic Cancer

Lee KH

Prognosis of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma is exceptionally poor because timely diagnosis in resectable stages is rare and there is no curative treatment for unresectable cases. Numerous researches to overcome these...
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Surveillance and Early Diagnosis of Pancreatic Cancer

Bang S

Pancreatic cancer is still one of the most dreadful malignancies with 5-year survival of 5%. The lack of effective diagnostic tools for early detection of pancreatic cancer is the major...
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