Claudio Zulli
National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment
Internal medicineRadiologyLumen (anatomy)SurgeryCommon bile ductGallbladderColonoscopyEndoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatographyEndoscopyStentBile ductEndoscopic ultrasoundLaser lithotripsyMulticenter studyBalloon dilationIn patientGeneral surgeryMedicineOperator (computer programming)Gastroenterology
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Common bile duct stones (CBDS) can spontaneously migrate through the duodenal papilla. In this case, ERCP could be unnecessary and a significant rate of complications could be avoided. In this study, we aim at retrospectively evaluating the rate of spontaneous stone passage in patients with an imaging diagnosis of CBDS and at analysing the factors associated to spontaneous stone migration. We conducted a retrospective multi-centre analysis of patients undergoing ERCP for CBDS in a 12-month perio...
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A 49-years-old woman with a recent history of tenesmus, constipation, abdominal and rectal pain referred to our Unit. There was no previous history of rectal bleeding or a family history of gastrointestinal diseases. Laboratory tests showed haemoglobin 10.9 g/dl, MCV 72fl, ferritin 18 U/l. Physical examination was normal. The patient underwent a colonoscopy which identified a single ulcer of 2.5 cm of diameter without bleeding signs in the distal rectum, 4 cm from the anal margin. Histopathologi...
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