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ampullary

adjective Referring to an ampulla, usually understood to mean the ampulla of Vater.
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Giant Brunner's gland adenoma of the duodenal bulb presenting with ampullary and duodenal obstruction mimicking pancreatic malignancy.
The lowest survival rate was determined in a 73-year-old patient with an ampullary MANEC, whereas the longest overall survival was 51 months in the patient with the gastric tumor.
Ampullary cancers often block the bile duct while they're still small and have not spread far.
Then, the patient decided to go abroad for further assessment where she underwent Whipple's procedure and histopathology confirmed the presence of ampullary adenoma with high-grade dysplasia.
ARMS c-CSEMS P value group group Number of patients 32 27 Gender (male/female) 18/14 13/14 0.606 Median age (range) (years) 71 (43-87) 65 (23-88) 0.825 Diagnosis 0.901 Pancreatic cancer 28 22 Bile duct cancer 3 1 Ampullary cancer 0 1 Lymph node metastases 1 3 Duodenal invasion (%) 7 (21.9) 9 (33.3) 0.386 Chemotherapy (%) 22 (68.8) 17 (63.0) 0.640 Oral ursodeoxycholic acid (%) 7 (21.9) 9 (33.3) 0.386 ARMS: antireflux metal stent; c-CSEMS: conventional covered self-expandable metal stent.
Among the cases reported in the English literatures, there are eight resected cases of ampullary region carcinoma associated with AP (Table 1) [11-17].
Prochazka et al., "Surgical treatment of ampullary adenocarcinoma--single center experience and a review of literature," Klinicka Onkologie, vol.
Other causes include strictures of the common bile duct, biliary atresia, and cholangiocarcinoma, ampullary and periampullary carcinoma and carcinoma gall bladder2.
Diagnostic criteria used for peritubal adhesion on MDCT-HSG was based on presence of one or more findings of convoluted fallopian tube, loculation of contrast, ampullary dilatation, peri-tubal halo effect and vertical fallopian tube.