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Synonyms for biliary

relating to or containing bile


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They are: (i) presence of biliary obstruction, (ii) demonstration that the CBD is compressed by the pseudocyst, (iii) relief of biliary obstruction by drainage of the pseudocyst, (iv) complete disappearance of jaundice in the postoperative period.
Needle core biopsy sample is currently the most common specimen submitted for pathologic evaluation in cases of neonatal cholestasis and is generally considered the most reliable tool for the prelaparotomy diagnosis of biliary obstruction, with reported diagnostic accuracy of up to 93% to 94% in large series.
Epstein Barr virus infection mimicking extrahepatic biliary obstruction.
The present case demonstrates that when biliary obstruction occurs, serum cystatin C may be present not only as a free 13-kDa molecule but may also be present in a macromolecular form.
Transabdominal ultrasound can identify whether there is biliary obstruction, the level of obstruction, and if there is concurrent gallbladder pathology (gallstones, cholecystitis, etc).
The findings of a pancreatic mass, irregular bile duct wall, or a bile duct wall of more than 3 mm are suggestive of a malignancy causing biliary obstruction.
2) Despite its benign nature, presentation of ampullary adenomyoma as biliary obstruction leads to clinical misdiagnosis as carcinoma and is usually treated by extensive surgery.
3,25-27) The peripheral type often remains asymptomatic until the tumor is at a late stage, since significant biliary obstruction is not common.
Lipoprotein X levels return to normal once the biliary obstruction has been relieved.
Biliary ascariasis CT, MR cholangiopancreatography, and navigator endoscopic appearance-Report of a case of acute biliary obstruction.
All samples showing marked discrepancies between the New-Daiichi and the Denka-Seiken assay were from patients with cholestasis caused by various diseases (hepatic metastasis of colon cancer, biliary obstruction by pancreatic cancer, biliary obstruction by hepatocellular carcinoma, and cholestasis resulting from congenital biliary obstruction).
On laparotomy, the patient was found to have Mirizzi syndrome, an uncommon cause of biliary obstruction from an impacted gallstone.
Endoscopic biliary-enteric bypass procedures also may be the best choice for biliary obstruction in the future because they avoid biliary strictures altogether by bypassing the stricture instead of pushing a stent through the stricture area, Dr.
The Zilver stent has all the advantages of the industry's leading SEMS, including helping us to deliver excellent patient care and expanding cost-effective options for malignant biliary obstruction.