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Extended Open Transgastric Necrosectomy (EOTN) as a Safer Procedure for Necrotizing Pancreatitis.

The treatment of infected necrotizing pancreatitis has evolved from time to time and the success of surgical intervention depends on the timing of necrosectomy. Bacterial infection occurs in 40-70% of patients with necrotizing pancreatitis. Infection is the main risk factor for mortality among patients with pancreatic necrosis. Timely intervention is generally required for pancreatic necrosis but is now deferred until four weeks after disease onset in order to permit encapsulation and demarcation of the nec...

Local Administration of Amphotericin B and Percutaneous Endoscopic Necrosectomy for Refractory Fungal-Infected Walled-Off Necrosis: A Case Report and Literature Review.

Walled-off necrosis (WON) caused by fungal infection is very rare, and its treatment is more difficult than that of bacterial infection. We present the first case of a patient with refractory fungal-infected WON treated with percutaneous endoscopic necrosectomy and local administration of amphotericin B.A Japanese man in his 30s was hospitalized with severe necrotizing pancreatitis and multiple organ failure. Computed tomography imaging of the abdomen 1 month after the onset of pancreatitis revealed infecte...

Predicting Success of Catheter Drainage in Infected Necrotizing Pancreatitis.

At least 30% of patients with infected necrotizing pancreatitis are successfully treated with catheter drainage alone. It is currently not possible to predict which patients also need necrosectomy. We evaluated predictive factors for successful catheter drainage.

Complex Interventional Treatment of Extensive Consequences of Necrotizing Pancreatitis - Case Report.

The paper presents description of the effective treatment of patients with extensive consequences of necrotizing pancreatitis. The strategy of treatment was to extend access to necrotic areas ("step-up approach"). Applied endoscopic transmural access (transgastric), percutaneous access (transperitoneal) and surgical access. The cooperation endoscopist, surgeon and interventional radiologist gave very beneficial clinical effects in patients with extensive complications of acute pancreatitis.

Necrotizing Pancreatitis: Diagnosis, Imaging, and Intervention.

Acute necrotizing pancreatitis is a severe form of acute pancreatitis characterized by necrosis in and around the pancreas and is associated with high rates of morbidity and mortality. Although acute interstitial edematous pancreatitis is diagnosed primarily on the basis of signs, symptoms, and laboratory test findings, the diagnosis and severity assessment of acute necrotizing pancreatitis are based in large part on imaging findings. On the basis of the revised Atlanta classification system of 2012, necrot...

Updated Imaging Nomenclature for Acute Pancreatitis.

KEY POINTS 1. CT is used to confirm the diagnosis of acute pancreatitis when the diagnosis is in doubt and to differentiate acute interstitial pancreatitis from necrotizing pancreatitis, which is a key element of the updated Atlanta nomenclature. The acute interstitial variety accounts for 90-95% of cases, with acute necrotizing pancreatitis accounting for the remaining cases. 2. Necrosis due to acute pancreatitis is best assessed on IV contrast-enhanced CT performed 40 seconds after injection. Peripancreat...

Endoscopic management of pancreatic pseudocysts and necrosis.

Over the last several years, there have been refinements in the understanding and nomenclature regarding the natural history of acute pancreatitis. Patients with acute pancreatitis frequently develop acute pancreatic collections that, over time, may evolve into pancreatic pseudocysts or walled-off necrosis. Endoscopic management of these local complications of acute pancreatitis continues to evolve. Treatment strategies range from simple drainage of liquefied contents to repeated direct endoscopic necrosect...

Necrotizing Pancreatitis: New Definitions and a New Era in Surgical Management.

Necrotizing pancreatitis is a challenging condition that requires surgical treatment commonly and is associated with substantial morbidity and mortality. Over the past decade, new definitions have been developed for standardization of severity of acute and necrotizing pancreatitis, and new management techniques have emerged based on prospective, randomized clinical trials.

Trocar-assisted endoscopic retroperitoneal debridement. Non-NOTES salvage therapy for severe necrotizing pancreatitis.

Necrotizing pancreatitis in a 11 year-old boy: Case report.

Acute pancreatitis is an emerging problem with an incidence between 3.6 and 13.2 cases/100,000 children. However, necrotizing pancreatitis (necrosis greater than 30% of the pancreas and/or greater than 3 cm in an area of the pancreas) is a rare condition (< 1% of acute pancreatitis), with a presentation similar to not complicated pancreatitis cases and with high morbidity and mortality. Computed tomography allows an assessment of the severity of the disease and the risk of complications (Balthazar Score). N...

A minimally invasive multiple percutaneous drainage technique for acute necrotizing pancreatitis.

In approximately 20% of patients, necrotizing pancreatitis is complicated with severe acute pancreatitis, with high morbidity and mortality rates. Minimally invasive step-up approach is both safe and effective, but sometimes requires multiple access sites.

Preventing post-endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography pancreatitis: What can be done?

Post-endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography pancreatitis (PEP) is the most common complication of endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography. The incidence of post-endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) pancreatitis varies substantially and is reported around 1%-10%, although there are some reports with an incidence of around 30%. Usually, PEP is a mild or moderate pancreatitis, but in some instances it can be severe and fatal. Generally, it is defined as the onset of new pancreat...

Transgastric endoscopic ultrasound with fine-needle aspiration and ERCP using percutaneous-assisted transprosthetic endoscopic therapy in a gastric bypass patient.

Meta-Analysis of Early Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)±Endoscopic Sphincterotomy (ES) Versus Conservative Management for Gallstone Pancreatitis (GSP).

The utility of early endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)±endoscopic sphincterotomy (ES) in the treatment of gallstone pancreatitis (GSP) is still contentious.

Acute ectopic pancreatitis occurring after endoscopic biopsy in a gastric ectopic pancreas.

Ectopic pancreas is a congenital anomaly and the most common type of ectopic tissue in the gastrointestinal tract. Most patients with an ectopic pancreas are asymptomatic and rarely have complications. Ectopic pancreatitis after an endoscopic biopsy has not been reported. We report a patient who developed acute ectopic pancreatitis in the stomach after an endoscopic biopsy. A 71-year-old male patient presented with a subepithelial tumor (SET) in the stomach and had no symptoms. Endoscopic ultrasonography de...

Irregular Narrowing of the Main Pancreatic Duct in Association With a Wall Thickening Is a Key Sign at Endoscopic Ultrasonography for the Diagnosis of Autoimmune Pancreatitis.

The aim of this study was to assess the accuracy of key signs identified at endoscopic ultrasonography in diagnosing an autoimmune pancreatitis (AIP).

Necrotizing Fasciitis Related to Injections of Morphine (Skénan(®)) in a HIV-infected Patient.

We report here a case of necrotizing fasciitis occurred because of intravenous misuse of morphine sulfate (Skénan (®)). Several factors are pertinent: the type of infection, rare but severe, the double localization of the necrotizing fasciitis, complicated by sepsis, the patient profile (HIV-infected) and the injected substance (opiate).

Clinical usefulness and current problems of pancreatic duct stenting for preventing post-ERCP pancreatitis.

Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) is an endoscopic procedure with high frequency of accidental symptoms, and particularly some patients who develop and aggravate pancreatitis due to the procedure may need treatment of surgery or die. Various attempts were performed so far to prevent post-ERCP pancreatitis, however, it is impossible to completely prevent pancreatitis at this time because there are various factors for occurrence of post-ERCP pancreatitis. One of the most frequent causes of...

Pancreatitis potentially associated drugs as a risk factor for post-endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography pancreatitis: a prospective cohort study: Erratum.

Heme Oxygenase-1 Gene Promoter Polymorphism Is Associated With the Development of Necrotizing Acute Pancreatitis.

Acute pancreatitis is a severe and frequently life-threatening disease, which can lead to pancreatic necrosis, acute lung injury, systemic inflammatory response syndrome, and other complications. In this study, we hypothesized that the expression of heme oxygenase-1 determined by the number of guanidinium thiocyanate (GT) repeats can influence the occurrence of acute pancreatitis.

Cleaning the paracolic gutter: transcutaneous endoscopic necrosectomy through a fully covered metal esophageal stent.

Therapeutic step-up strategy for management of hereditary pancreatitis in children.

Various different regimes exist for the treatment of hereditary pancreatitis in childhood. Here, we propose a therapeutic pathway with emphasis on endoscopic and surgical procedures.

Current Status of Endoscopic Papillectomy for Ampullary Tumors.

Detection of tumors of the ampulla of Vater, including ampullary adenoma, has been improved by routine screening endoscopic procedures and imaging modalities. Endoscopic resection by endoscopic papillectomy is rapidly replacing classic surgical resection and is a less invasive procedure. Endoscopic resection can have a role not only in the final histopathologic diagnosis but also as a definite therapeutic option. However, the indications for endoscopic resection are not fully established, and endoscopic pro...

Commentary Re: Meta-Analysis of Early Endoscopic Retrograde Chalangiopancreatography (ERCP)±Endoscopic Sphincterotomy (ES) Versus Conservative Management for Gallstone Pancreatitis (GSP).

Superior Mesenteric Vein Aneurysm Associated with Necrotizing Pancreatitis.


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