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Related to ampullary: ampullary adenoma, ampullary gland
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Synonyms for ampullary

of or related to an ampulla

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Surgical findings were two bluish, 5 cm in left side and 2 cm in right side, swelling in both ampullary parts of fallopian tubes with minimal bleeding from fimbria.
Abdominal ultrasound revealed dilatation of the intrahepatic, extrahepatic, common bile, and main pancreatic ducts suspicious for an ampullary malignancy.
Targeting the PI3K/ AKT pathway may potentially be an effective treatment option for patients with ampullary adenocarcinoma.
Black, a 73-year-old Oscar-nominated actress for her role in "Five Easy Pieces," was diagnosed with ampullary cancer in November 2010.
The proportion of pancreatic and ampullary samples harboring multiple mutant alleles is very high.
The cut section of the resected specimen showed only the major papilla with a friable ampullary growth, there was no minor papilla (figure 4).
Ampullary tumours are benign or malignant tumours in the ampulla of Vater and periampullary region.
Oviduct ampullary epithelium contributes a glycoprotein to the zona pellucida, perivitelline space and blastomere membranes of sheep embryos.
Pancreatitis due to other causes of ampullary obstruction follows a similar pathophysiologic pattern.
Some GIT causes of asymptomatic iron deficiency anaemia and prevalence as percentage of total Occult GI blood loss Common Aspirin/NSAID use 10-15% Colonic carcinoma 5-10% Gastric carcinoma 5% Benign gastric ulceration 5% Angiodysplasia 5% Uncommon Oesophagitis 2-4% Oesophageal carcinoma 1-2% Gastric antral vascular ectasia 1-2% Small-bowel tumours 1-2% Ampullary carcinoma <1% Ancylomasta duodenale <1% Malabsorbtion Common Coeliac disease 4-6% Gastrectomy <5% H.
Ampullary tumours were correctly diagnosed in the only affected patient, but 2 false-positive results were found.
Cholangiocarcinomas and ampullary carcinomas make up the vast majority of biliary malignancies.
7) Hall et al suggested that ampullary stimulation by these loose particles causes vertigo and nystagmus when the head is moved in the same plane as the posterior semicircular canal.
In: Pathology of the Pancreas, Gall Bladder, Extrahepatic Biliary Tract, and Ampullary Region (Lack EE, ed).