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Safety of Laparoscopic ChOlecystectomy Performed by Trainee Surgeons With Different CHolangiographic Techniques

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC) gained popularity among general surgeons in 1990s and rapidly become one of the most commonly performed procedures in digestive surgery, with more than one million cholecystectomies being performed in the United States per year. LC remains also one of the most commonly performed procedure by general surgeons …

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  • 17 Oct, 2021
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Comparison of LCBDE vs ERCP + LC for Choledocholithiasis

Protection of Oddi's sphincter remains a huge argument especially in the long term complications like common bile duct stone recurrence or cholangitis after ERCP, which determined to destroy the sphincter of Oddi. The purpose of this study is to compare the long-term outcomes of ERCP sequential LC versus LCBDE for …

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  • 01 Mar, 2021
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Effect of Saline Irrigation in Reducing Choledocholithiasis Recurrence After ERCP

In this prospective study, the investigators assessed the utility of intermittent saline irrigation in reducing the recurrent rate of choledocholithiasis after the endoscopic extraction for common bile duct stones, and it does not increase the rate of procedure-related complications.

choledocholithiasis
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  • 25 Jan, 2021
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Endoclip Papillaplasty Recover Sphincter of Oddi Function After Endoscopic Sphincterotomy for Bile Duct Gallstones

Gallstones in the common bile duct (CBD) may be asymptomatic but may lead to complications such as acute cholangitis or acute pancreatitis. EST is widely used for the treatment of bile duct

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  • 23 Jan, 2021
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Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy or Conservative Treatment in the Acute Cholecystitis of Elderly Patients

Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is the only curative treatment for gallstone disease of acute calculous cholecystitis.The purpose of this study is to find the most effective treatment (laparoscopic

cholecystectomy
conservative management
cholelithiasis
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  • 24 Oct, 2021
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Assessing the Impact of a Mode of Vitamin D Supplementation (Sequential Dose vs Daily Dose) on the Incidence of Hypercalciuria in Children Aged From 2 to 6 Years

these situations with hypercalciuria increase the gallstone risk. This increased sensitivity to vitamin D may unmask particularly if inputs of high doses of vitamin responsible then a transient

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  • 23 Jan, 2021
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GB34 Acupuncture in Acute Cholecystitis

The purpose of this pilot study is to investigate the effects of GB34 acupuncture, performed as adjuvant to standard medical treatment, on clinical response and laboratory parameters of patients with a diagnosis of acute cholecystitis.

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  • 31 Jul, 2021
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Ultrasonically Activated Scalpel Versus Electrocautery Based Dissection in Acute Cholecystitis Trial

The present study aims at analyzing whether ultrasonic tissue coagulation dissection technique offers a smoother peri- and postoperative course and reduces the risk for conversion from laparoscopic to open surgery in acute cholecystectomy patients as compared to electrocautery in case of acute cholecystitis The study is performed as a double-blinded …

laparoscopic surgery
dissection technique
cholecystectomy
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  • 28 May, 2021
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Randomized Evaluation of Octreotide Versus Compazine for Emergency Department Treatment of Migraine Headache

: Headaches are a common complaint presenting to the emergency department (ED), accounting for 1-2% of all ED visits, with migraines as the second most common primary headache syndrome. Patients that ultimately present to the ED have failed outpatient therapy and exhibit severe and persistent symptoms. Treatment options have been …

nausea
dihydroergotamine
vomiting
metoclopramide
sumatriptan
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  • 07 Nov, 2020
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Acute Pancreatitis Targets (APT) Study

The severity of acute pancreatitis varies considerably from minor symptoms to multi-organ failure. The pathophysiological mechanisms associated with these individual differences in severity are largely unknown. Acute pancreatitis is therefore classified based on clinical characteristics and routine blood samples. Information about pathophysiology and molecular subtypes of acute pancreatitis is needed …

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  • 04 Feb, 2021
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