periampullary

periampullary

 [per″e-am´pu-lar″e]
around an ampulla.
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The results of stratified analyses involving CBD diameter, CBD stone number and size, prior cholecystectomy, periampullary diverticulum, and symptoms are listed in Table 1.
51 endoscopic biopsy samples were included and five excision specimens were included in this study, of which one was excision specimen of carcinoma of esophagus and two were total gastrectomy specimens and two excision specimens were of Whipple's resection done for periampullary carcinoma.
Siewert, "Carcinoma of the periampullary region: who benefits from portal vein resection?" The American Journal of Surgery, vol.
2: Showing distribution of patients according to diagnosis Liver metastasis 14 Carcinoma Gallbladder 6 Carcinoma Pancreas 6 Periampullary Carcinoma 2 Carcinoma bileduct 2 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Yeo, "Periampullary and pancreatic cancer," in Surgery of the Liver, Biliary Tract, and Pancreas, L.
Obstructive jaundice due to tuberculosis of distal CBD and periampullary region mimic cholangiocarcinoma.
A distinct form of chronic pancreatitis occurring predominantly in the periampullary region, and often associated with cysts on the duodenal wall/adjacent pancreas, has been reported under various names, including cystic dystrophy of heterotopic pancreas, pancreatic hamartoma of duodenum, paraduodenal wall cyst, myoadenomatosis, and groove pancreatitis.
Pancreaticoduodenectomy (PD) is the treatment of choice for malignant and several benign conditions of the pancreatic head and periampullary region [1-4].
Unlike other common causes of duodenal obstructions in adults such as periampullary and pancreatic carcinomas, GISTs have good prognosis.
(14) Knowledge of the clinical and pathologic features of this disease allows a preoperative diagnosis that in most cases correctly differentiates it from pancreatic and periampullary neoplasms and may prevent unnecessary surgical resections.
AIP patients are often misdiagnosed with pancreatic or biliary malignancies [2] and received the unnecessary resection [3], since this pathological entity demonstrates nearly the same clinical manifestations as pancreatic or periampullary cancer does.
Out of 35 patients, 7 (20%) patients were of carcinoma stomach, 10 (28.5%) patients were of colorectal malignancy, 5 (14.3%) patients were of Gall bladder malignancy, 4 (11.5%) patients were of Periampullary carcinoma, 2 (5.7%) patients were of Hilar cholangiocarcinoma, 5 (14.3%) patients were of Carcinoma head of pancreas and 2 (5.7%) patients were of ovarian malignancy.