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1. Stent for bile duct

2. Methods :Common bile duct stones 118 cases, Ascarid of bile duct 46 cases, injur

3. Biliary stricture, also known as bile duct stricture, occurs when the bile duct gets smaller or narrower

4. Bile duct cancer forms inside your Bile duct, a thin tube that moves a fluid called Bile to your small intestine

5. Some people with Bile duct cancer develop fevers

6. Additionally, Bile duct stones can develop anywhere in the biliary tract where there is Bile: within the liver, gallbladder and common Bile duct

7. These are not common symptoms of Bile duct cancer, but they may occur in people who develop an infection (cholangitis) as a result of Bile duct blockage.

8. The bile duct is usually Anastomosed to the recipient's, but choledochojejunostomy

9. A catheter system and a method for accessing the bile duct are provided.

10. Methods Clinical data of 27 patients with iatrogenic bile duct injury were retrospectively analyzed.

11. In two patients, Ascarides were detected incidentally in the bile duct during surgery for gallstones, when the operating surgeon found the common bile duct to be dilated and felt cord-like structures within it

12. Methods: 103 cases of iatrogenic bile duct damage were reviewed and analyzed in this paper.

13. A biliodigestive Anastomosis is a surgical connection between the common bile duct (ductus choledochus) and the

14. 12 The gallbladder is attached to the common bile duct and acts as a storage reservoir.

15. These stones cause Biliary colic, Biliary obstruction, gallstone pancreatitis, or cholangitis (bile duct infection and inflammation)

16. Methods 30 patients of iatrogenic bile duct injury were reviewed and analyzed during recent 9 years.

17. Tumors of the middle and distal part of the extrahepatic bile duct are accessible to endosonography.

18. The standard canulation allows access to the common bile duct (CBD) in 80–95% of cases.

19. Lumen-Apposing stents (LAMS) are approved to treat peripancreatic collections and for gallbladder and bile duct drainage

20. Bile constantly drips down the Bile ducts, into the main Bile duct and then into the gut.

21. The Bile ducts join together (like the branches of a tree) to form the main Bile duct

22. People with Bile duct cancer may not feel hungry and may lose weight without trying to do so

23. Conclusion: This unusual case presents a cholestatic liver disease due to bile duct obstruction secondary to amyloid deposits.

24. A Biliary endoscopic sphincterotomy is a procedure that cuts the muscle (sphincter) between the common bile duct and pancreatic duct

25. In the third case, bile leakage from an aberrant bile-duct occurred but dried up spontaneously after a few days.

26. Conclusion: CT scan can well show cholangiectasis, the outline of obstructed bile duct and the invasion to the surrounding tissue.

27. Objective To probe into the surgical operation method of restoring incommodious bile duct by gallbladder one (lamella) with cystic artery.

28. Elevated levels of Alp in the blood are most commonly caused by liver disease, bile duct obstruction, gallbladder disease, or bone

29. 23 Objective To probe into the surgical operation method of restoring incommodious bile duct by gallbladder one (lamella) with cystic artery.

30. 16 hours ago · Biliary tract cancer includes bile duct cancer (cholangiocarcinoma), gallbladder cancer, and ampulla of Vater cancer

31. Owl eye cells with CMV proteins were detected in nephrotubular, alveolar, and trophoblast cells of the placenta, bile duct epithelia, and hepatocytes.

32. HANAROSTENT® Biliary is an uncovered stent designed to be used for palliative treatment of bile duct strictures caused by malignant tumors

33. Methods Incommodious bile duct was restored by making gallbladder one (lamella) with cystic artery into half- cannular or cannular gallbladder one (lamella).

34. Conclusion In cases of intrahepatic cholelith complicated by bile duct stricture surgery combined with hepatic segmentectomy should be the therapy of choice.

35. Gallstones and Bile duct stones are usually comprised of cholesterol or Bile salts — common components of Bile — that have hardened into a stone.

36. Intraductal papillary neoplasms of the bile duct (IPNB) are rare precursor lesions of intrahepatic and extrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma that follow an adenoma-carcinoma sequence.

37. High-grade PanINs were found most commonly in pancreatic cancers, whereas high-grade Bilins were seen most frequently in distal bile duct cancers.

38. Cytology of bile duct Brushings is an important diagnostic tool for sites from which it can be difficult to obtain a histology biopsy

39. Cancer of the distal bile duct has to be distinguished from ductal adenocarcinoma of the pancreas and carcinoma of the ampulla of Vater.

40. The Ampulla of Vater is located at the junction where the common bile duct and the pancreatic duct join. The common bile duct is a tube that carries bile (a substance that helps to break down fats in the digestive system) from the liver and the gallbladder through the pancreas and into the duodenum.

41. 26 Especially, we have demonstrated S-100 protein in eosinophilic adenoma and medullary carcinoma of thyroid gland,[] adenocarcinoma of bile duct and bronchiolar adenocarcinoma.

42. Results:10cases(5%)of iatrogenic bile duct injuries were caused by cholecystectomy, 4(0%)by cholecystectomy and choledochus exploration, 2(5%)by other abdominal operation.

43. 29 Serous glands and intrahepatic bile duct epithelia presented mucous metaplasia. The mucosa of gallbladder was intact on the whole and appeared slight mucous metaplastic change.

44. Anaerobic infection is most commonly associated with operations involving opening or manipulating the bowel or a hollow viscus (eg, appendectomy, cholecystectomy, colectomy, gastrectomy, bile duct exploration, etc)

45. Anaerobic infection is most commonly associated with operations involving opening or manipulating the bowel or a hollow viscus (eg, appendectomy, cholecystectomy, colectomy, gastrectomy, bile duct exploration, etc)

46. Other articles where Vater’s Ampulla is discussed: endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatoscopy: …the duodenum to visualize the Ampulla of Vater, the opening of the common bile duct into the duodenum

47. Results: The cystic duct stump was the most common site of leakage (n=8), 1 patient revealed a leakage from the gallbladder remnant after incomplete excision of the gallbladder infundibulum, 2 leaks originated from an aberrant bile duct, 1 from the liver bed and in 1 patient a common bile duct injury was found, whereas the etiology of the leak remained unknown in 1 patient.

48. Conclusions The key to prevent recurrent angiocholitis and reduce the reoperation rate is to relieve biliary tract stricture, remove the focus of infection and provide unobstructed bile duct drainage.

49. Similarly, high-grade Bilins were identified more frequently in distal bile duct cancers than in ampullary, pancreatic, and duodenal cancers both in test (P < .001) and validation sets (P = .039)

50. Histological examination revealed chronic pancreatitis (62 patients, 75%), benign endorcine tumours (n = 4), cystic adenomas (n = 8), benign distal common bile duct stenosis (n = 3) and tubular papillary adenomas (n = 2).