endotherapy

endotherapy

(en″dō-ther′ă-pē) [ endo(scope) + therapy]
Any treatment, e.g., sclerotherapy, esophageal varix banding, or radiofrequency ablation, that can be performed with an endoscope.
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The combination allows access of any endotherapy accessories to small pulmonary nodules.
Use of paclitaxel-eluting balloons for endotherapy of anastomotic strictures following liver transplantation.
Two patients (patients (3) and (5)) became lethargic and confused and experienced loss of consciousness following endotherapy. Based on clinical symptoms and cerebral MRI findings, both were diagnosed with acute cerebral infarction (Figure 3).
[2] * Yes NR Total P1 Yes 161 days P2 No 34 days Days to resolution Fail after FJ endotherapy Baltasar et al.
Endotherapy is effective for pancreatic ductal disruption: A dual center experience.
With the advances in endoscopic techniques, the mortality of DL patients has been reduced from 80% to 8%, and surgical intervention is only considered in cases of failed endotherapy [3].
Endoscopy was performed for 79% of the patients (109/138), 32.1% (35/109) of whom required endoscopic intervention such as banding, endotherapy, and adrenaline injection.
Endotherapy could not be considered for the patient with multiple ductal stricture associated with intraductal calculi.
Goenka, "Endotherapy of leaks and fistula," World Journal of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, vol.
Symptomatic portal biliopathy could be managed by endotherapy (Stone extraction, stricture dilatation, stenting] or surgery (Shunt surgery] portal biliopathy refers to abnormalities of the extrahepatic and intrahepatic bile ducts with or without anomalies of gallbladder wall in patients who have portal hypertension.
Complications of ERCP occurred in 6 patients including three (1.4%) with mild, self-limited pancreatitis, one (0.5%) with cholangitis and two (1%) with postsphincterotomy bleeding that was treated successfully with endotherapy (Table 2).

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