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Traumatic bile duct neuroma presenting with acute cholangitis: A case report and review of literature

Lalchandani P, Korn A, Lu JG, French SW, Hou L, Chen KT

Traumatic neuroma of the biliary tree has been previously reported as isolated case reports. In literature, these typically present following prior liver transplant or cholecystectomy, wherein the bile ducts have...
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IgG4-Related Sclerosing Cholangitis and Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis

Tanaka A

Sclerosing cholangitis (SC) is defined as a condition with progressive stenosis and destruction of the bile ducts due to diffuse inflammation and fibrosis and currently includes three categories: primary sclerosing...
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Pure 3D laparoscopy versus open right hemihepatectomy in a donor with type II and III portal vein variations

Park K, Shehta A, Lee JM, Hong SK, Yoon KC, Cho JH, Yi NJ, Lee KW, Suh KS

BACKGROUNDS/AIMS: Pure laparoscopic living donor right hemihepatectomy (PLDRH) has been performed in many experienced centers. However, portal vein variations still remain challenging thus disturbing the widespread of PLDRH in many...
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False-negative Hepatobiliary Scintigraphy for Biliary Atresia

Kim H, Park S, Ha S, Kim JS, Kim DY, Oh M

We present the case of a patient with biliary and duodenal atresia who showed false-negative hepatobiliary scintigraphy results. The patient was born at 37 weeks and 2 days of gestation....
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Minimal invasive treatment of biliary leak after laparoscopic cholecystectomy

Acquafresca PA

The laparoscopic cholecystectomy has become one of the most common operations for treatment of symptomatic gallbladder disease. However significant postoperative biliary duct injuries can occur, leading to biliary leaks. Here...
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Immunoglobulin G4 Unrelated Idiopathic Mesenteric Sclerosis

Kwon TH, Cho KB, Lee HJ, Kwon SY, Lee YS

Sclerosing mesenteritis is a rare benign disease with a prevalence of 0.16–3.4% and is characterized by chronic nonspecific inflammation and extensive fibrosis in the adipose tissue of the mesentery although...
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The “Bilio-Papillary Z Line”: Proposal for a Novel Quality Indicator of Direct Cholangioscopy

Zimmer V

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Outcome of donor biliary complications following living donor liver transplantation

Woo HY, Lee IS, Chang JH, Youn SB, Bae SH, Choi JY, Chun HJ, You YK, Kim DG, Yoon SK

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Biliary complications are the most common donor complication following living donor liver transplantation (LDLT). The aim of this study is to investigate the long-term outcomes of biliary complications in...
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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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Effectiveness of cholangioscopy using narrow band imaging for hepatobiliary malignancies

Jang JW, Noh DH, Paik KH, Kim SH, Paik IH, Jung SH

PURPOSE: Recently, cholangioscopy using narrow band imaging (NBI) has been used as a diagnostic modality for better visualization in hepatobiliary malignancies; however, there are few reports on it. Our aim...
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The Clinical Approach for Asymptomatic Bile Duct Dilatation

Cho CM

Although asymptomatic bile duct dilatation was commonly found in clinical practice due to the development of imaging devices and frequent health screening examination, it is sometimes difficult to distinguish between...
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“Intraluminal” Pyloric Duplication: A Case Report

Lee KD, Kato Y, Lane GJ, Yamataka A

We report a neonatal case of “intraluminal” pyloric duplication cyst, causing gastric obstruction after birth. Endoscopy revealed a submucosal cystic lesion approximately 15 mm in size arising from the anterior...
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Hemobilia due to arteriobiliary fistula complicating ERCP for residual bile duct stone in a case of Mirizzi syndrome

Mathur S, Thapar V, Chowda V

Hemobilia is a rare cause of upper gastrointestinal tract bleeding. Most cases are iatrogenic following medical interventions, most commonly liver biopsy and transhepatic cholangiography. We present a case of arteriobiliary...
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Acute Pancreatitis Induced by Compression of Main Pancreatic Duct due to Large Stones and Catheter in the Common Bile Duct

Choi YM, Jeong SU, Lee HY, Jang HS, Choi EK

Acute pancreatitis is occasionally caused by endoscopic treatments or radiologic interventions of the pancreatobiliary tract. However, no reports indicate that acute pancreatitis resulted from the insertion of a percutaneous transhepatic...
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Cystic duct variation detected by near-infrared fluorescent cholangiography during laparoscopic cholecystectomy

Kim NS, Jin HY, Kim EY, Hong TH

Near-infrared fluorescent cholangiography (NIRFC) is an emerging technique for easy intraoperative recognition of biliary anatomy. We present a case of cystic duct variation detected by NIRFC which had a potential...
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Endoscopic Management of Anastomotic Strictures after Liver Transplantation

Lee DW, Jo HH, Abdullah J, Kahaleh M

Endoscopic treatment of biliary strictures involving plastic stent placement has been used widely. The use of self-expandable metal stents (SEMSs) has been described for anastomotic strictures following liver transplantation (LT)....
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Comparison of intraductal ultrasonography-directed and cholangiography-directed endoscopic retrograde biliary drainage in patients with a biliary obstruction

Rew SJ, Lee DH, Park CH, Jeon J, Kim HS, Choi SK, Rew JS

BACKGROUND/AIMS: Endoscopic retrograde biliary drainage (ERBD) has become a standard procedure in patients with a biliary obstruction. Intraductal ultrasonography (IDUS) has emerged as a new tool for managing extrahepatic biliary...
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Successful Removal of a Large Common Bile Duct Stone by Using Direct Peroral Cholangioscopy and Laser Lithotripsy in a Patient with Severe Kyphosis

Lee SI, Lim BH, Heo WG, Kim YJ, Kim TH

A 75-year-old woman with hypertension presented with acute suppurative cholangitis. Chest radiography revealed severe kyphosis. Abdominal computed tomography revealed a large stone impacted in the common bile duct (CBD). The...
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Sclerosing Cholangitis: Clinicopathologic Features, Imaging Spectrum, and Systemic Approach to Differential Diagnosis

Seo N, Kim SY, Lee SS, Byun JH, Kim JH, Kim HJ, Lee MG

Sclerosing cholangitis is a spectrum of chronic progressive cholestatic liver disease characterized by inflammation, fibrosis, and stricture of the bile ducts, which can be classified as primary and secondary sclerosing...
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The Role of Bile Duct Probe for Bile Duct Division during Donor Right Hemihepatectomy

Bae SJ, Han DH, Choi GH, Choi JS

BACKGROUND: To prevent bile duct related complications, exact division of donor bile duct is essential, not only for the recipient, but also for the donor during living donor liver transplantation....
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