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    A Rare Benign Pancreatic Lesion Mimicking Malignancy- Eosinophilic Pancreatitis

    Published On: July 05, 2018 | Pages: 020 - 022

    Author(s): Kurşat Rahmi Serin, Muharrem Oner, Nadir Adnan Hacım* and Ali Emre
    Background: Eosinophilic infiltration of the pancreas is usually associated with generalized diseases like “sclerosing pancreatitis”, “eosinophylic gastroenteritis” and “systemic mastocytosis”. Most patients have systemic findings such as eosinophilia, elevated IgE levels and gastrointestinal tract infiltration Isolated eosinophilic infiltration of the pancreas is muc ...
    Abstract View Full Article View DOI: 10.17352/2455-2283.000052

    Percutaneous choledocho-duodenal shunt for malignant biliary obstruction

    Published On: April 12, 2018 | Pages: 018 - 019

    Author(s): Saburo Kakizoe*, Yumiko Kakizoe, Hiroshi Kakizoe and Keiji Kakizoe
    We developed a new method: percutaneous choledocho-duodenal shunt (PCDS) for complete biliary obstruction patient. At fi rst, percutaneous transhepatic cholangio drainage (PTCD) is performed as usual manner with local anesthesia. After the patient is recovered from bilirubinemia, percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) is performed with pull-through method under loc ...
    Abstract View Full Article View DOI: 10.17352/2455-2283.000051

    Left Hepatectomy for Hepatocellular Carcinoma left liver with underlying cirrhosis and portal hypertension

    Published On: April 11, 2018 | Pages: 015 - 017

    Author(s): Kaushal Yadav*
    Introduction: Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a major public health problem worldwide and is the second most common cause of cancer related deaths worldwide. If liver functional reserves and future liver remnant are adequate than liver resection is preferred choice in Child Pugh class A and selected cases of early Child Pugh class B, while Child Pugh B and C are can ...
    Abstract View Full Article View DOI: 10.17352/2455-2283.000050

    Incarcerated Giant Hiatal Hernia conditioning hearth shock: case report

    Published On: March 14, 2018 | Pages: 012 - 014

    Author(s): Medina Andrade Luis Angel*, Cesar Manuel Vargas Sahagún, Carlos Eduardo Rodriguez Rodriguez, Pedro Leonardo Villanueva Solorzano, Alberto Robles Méndez Hernández, Bernardo Gutierrez Muñoz, Valdez Hernandez Brenda Elizabeth, Brigitte Marlene Chevillon Castillo, Vallejo Ramirez Jose Eduardo, Campos Cruz Alan Ranferi and Tolentino Gonzalez Christian Stefan
    Between the hiatal hernias, the type IV is the less frequent by the great defect, but this type had a high incidence of incarceration (5%), and a mortality rate up to 27%. ...
    Abstract View Full Article View DOI: 10.17352/2455-2283.000049

    Pancreaticojejunostomy versus pancreaticogastrostomy after pancreaticoduodenectomy to prevent post-operative pancreatic fi stula, a dissonance between evidence and practice

    Published On: March 06, 2018 | Pages: 008 - 011

    Author(s): Noman Shahzad*, Tabish Umer Chawla, Saleema Begum and Fareed Ahmed Shaikh
    Leakage of pancreatic enzymes leading to either formation of abdominal collection or pancreatic fi stula is one the most feared complications after pancreaticoduodenectomy. Owing to high morbidity and cost related to pancreatic fi stula, multiple interventions including various types of pancreaticoenteric anastomosis have been proposed to prevent this complication. ...
    Abstract View Full Article View DOI: 10.17352/2455-2283.000048

    A case Report of Perforated Primary Follicular Lymphoma of the Jejunum presenting as Aneurismal Form

    Published On: February 22, 2018 | Pages: 005 - 007

    Author(s): Thomas Marcel Mbar Wade*, Linda Bentefouet, Pape Abdoulaye Ba, Mohamed Lamine Diao, Adama Berthe and Ibrahima Konaté
    Primary Gastrointestinal Follicular Lymphoma is very rare. It is considered as an indolent lymphoma, but a complication such as a perforation can increase the morbidity and mortality. We report the case of a 57-years-old man who had a perforation primary follicular lymphoma of the jejunum presenting as aneurismal form. He had peritonitis at his admission, and his a ...
    Abstract View Full Article View DOI: 10.17352/2455-2283.000047

    Duodenal Eosinophilia and Gastroparesis: Is there a role?

    Published On: February 07, 2018 | Pages: 001 - 004

    Author(s): Sharareh Moraveji, Mohammad Bashashati, Ben Alvarado, Irene Sarosiek, Alireza Torabi and Richard McCallum
    Gastroparesis (GP) is a disorder that affects the motility of the stomach resulting in delayed gastric emptying (GE) without mechanical obstruction and has accompanying symptoms that include nausea, vomiting, early satiety, bloating, and epigastric pain. It was reported that increased eosinophils were identifi ed in the fi rst part of the duodenum in a subset of pa ...
    Abstract View Full Article View DOI: 10.17352/2455-2283.000046

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