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biliary

of or relating to bile, to the ducts that convey bile, or to the gall bladder
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Stent migration is a rare complication of biliary or pancreatic stenting and is seen in 5-10% of cases.1,4 Reasons of stent migration are not very clear.5 Stent migration causes a decreased drainage leading to stasis, infection or perforation of these ducts, as it is an intracorporeal foreign body.
[ClickPress, Mon Jul 15 2019] Biliary and pancreatic stents have been used to establish patency of a pancreatic duct or obstructed bile.
Patients of benign and malignant biliary duct obstruction can be a challenging clinical problem.
Additionally, none of the recurrent biliary events occurred in those patients who did receive a cholecystectomy during the index hospitalization or within the first 30 days after discharge.
Cholecystectomy proved successful in treating the patients of biliary colic and cholecystitis in 80-95% of patients with calculi.
The patient was scheduled to have an endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) postoperatively for biliary leakage that was detected on day 2 of the operation.
Swedish pharmaceutical company Calliditas Therapeutics AB (publ) revealed on Tuesday the receipt of US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) orphan drug designation (ODD) for the treatment of primary biliary cholangitis (PBC), previously known as primary biliary cirrhosis.
In this study, we evaluated a long-term balloon indwelling technique that is able to induce larger diameter dilatation at the target benign biliary stricture site while performing smaller skin and subcutaneous dilatation than the previously described methods.
The involvement of the biliary system in parasitic infections may cause severe morbidity and, rarely, mortality due directly to the parasites or to related complications, even in childhood (1, 2).
M2 PHARMA-November 7, 2018-Genkyotex's GKT831 succeeds in a phase two trial in primary biliary cholangitis