Klatskin

Klat·skin

(klat'skin),
Gerald, 20th-century U.S. internist. See: Klatskin tumor.
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Endoscopic or percutaneous biliary drainage for Klatskin tumors?
The AJCC defines perihilar cholangiocarcinoma (Klatskin tumors) as occurring from the right and left hepatic ducts to the common bile duct.
Grasu et al., "Metachronous ampulla of Vater carcinoma after curative-intent surgery for Klatskin tumor," Chirurgia, vol.
After diagnostic investigations, a diagnosis of Mirizzi syndrome was achieved in 11 patients, a diagnosis of gallbladder cancer was achieved in 6 patients, and a Klatskin tumor was diagnosed in one patient.
Low, "Probable hepatic tuberculosis masquerading as Klatskin tumour in an immunocompetent patient," BMJ Case Reports, 2013.
The image was suggestive of cholangiocarcinoma (Klatskin tumor) [Figure 1].
He is the Neil Klatskin Chair in Real Estate and Finance at the Fisher College of Business at The Ohio State University and the academic director of the Ohio State Center for Real Estate.
All of these patients were discharged from our hospital directly to their home, but four of them died at home because of infectious complications (n = 2) or because of progress of their neoplastic disease (n = 2, one patient with ovarian cancer and one patient with Klatskin Tumor).
We collected data from 755 patients who underwent ERCP, and 241 among them were diagnosed with malignant biliary obstruction such as tumor of head of pancreas, periampullary tumor, cholangiocarcinoma, and Klatskin tumor.
Three industry legends were inducted into the NAIOP New Jersey Hall of Fame in 2016: Charles Klatskin of Forsgate Industrial Partners, Seena Stein of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank and Allen Magrini of Hartz Mountain Industries.