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Management of Remnant or Recurrent Lesions after Endoscopic Papillectomy.

Endoscopic papillectomy (EP) for ampullary adenomas achieves cure rates ranging from 76% to 90%, and recurrence rates are as high as 33%. If remnant or recurrent lesions after prior EP are endoscopically visible and are not suspected of intraductal extension into the biliary or pancreatic duct, repeated snaring and cutting can be performed until all visible lesions are completely resected. However, endoscopic ablative therapies, particularly argon plasma coagulation, can be attempted for tiny or uncertain r...


Pancreatic intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm masquerading as ampullary adenoma: a diagnostic puzzle.

Intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm (IPMN) is the most common pancreatic cystic lesion, remaining mostly asymptomatic. An atypical presentation of such a lesion, initially thought to be an ampullary adenoma, is presented herein. A 78-year-old white male with painless jaundice was treated in a tertiary hospital. Imaging and endoscopic investigations pointed towards an ampullary adenoma obstructing and causing dilatation of both bile and pancreatic ducts. Endoscopic papillectomy was carried out and histol...

Endoscopic resection of a scarred rectal adenoma using EndoRotor.

 Benign colorectal neoplasia are commonly resected using snare resection or endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD). These methods are safe, but just the piecemeal resection in flat adenomas greater than 20 mm harbor a relevant risk of recurrence. Interventional endoscopic therapy of recurrent lesions can be challenging, even in expert hands due to a high risk of complications. While smaller, scarred recurrent adenomas less than 20 mm are suitable for endoscopic full-thickness resection, hitherto large...


Lesion Retrieval, Specimen Handling, and Endoscopic Marking in Colonoscopy.

Retrieval of lesions after endoscopic polypectomy enables histopathologic analysis and guides future surgical management and endoscopic surveillance intervals. Various techniques and devices have been described with distinct advantages and disadvantages to accomplish retrieval. Appropriate histopathologic analysis depends on lesion handling and preparation. How lesions are handled further depends on size, endoscopic appearance, and removal technique. Endoscopic marking or tattooing is a well-described proce...

Underwater endoscopic papillectomy using double-balloon endoscopy.

Perioperative multidisciplinary management of endoscopic transsphenoidal surgery for sellar lesions: practical suggestions from the Padova model.

Perioperative management of patients with sellar lesion submitted to endoscopic transsphenoidal neurosurgery (TSS) lacks standardization and therefore it is committed to each center clinical practice. Although neurosurgical procedure remains the same for all sellar lesions, perioperative approach can require different measures depending on the underlying disease. With the aim of standardizing our perioperative procedures and sharing our experience with other centers involved in the management of pituitary d...

Efficacy of endoscopic ultrasound after removal of common bile duct stone.

Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) is a standard procedure for choledocholithiasis. Nonetheless, the recurrence rate remains quite high. This study aimed to investigate the prevalence and related factors of remnant biliary stone or sludge using endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) after the removal of common bile duct (CBD) stone and to evaluate the long-term clinical outcomes. A prospective study enrolling a consecutive series of patients who underwent ERCP for CBD stone removal was performed be...

Gastric variceal bleeding.

There are no well-established guidelines for the management of gastric variceal bleeding. Endoscopic management of acute gastric variceal bleeding has been premised on the injection of sclerosants and synthetic glue. However, these therapies are associated with various complications including systemic embolization and recurrent bleeding. Recently, endoscopic ultrasound (EUS)-guided interventions including coil injection have emerged as promising modalities with high technical and clinical success rates and ...

Endoscopic approaches to orbital lesions: case series and systematic literature review.

Surgical treatment of orbital lesions is challenging because complex approaches with a high risk of postoperative sequelae are required. Recently, minimally invasive endoscopic approaches through endonasal (EEA) and transpalpebral (ETP) routes have been proposed. The objective of this study was to assess outcomes of EEA and ETP in the authors' series of patients with orbital lesions.

Gamma knife radiosurgery for postoperative remnant meningioma: Analysis of recurrence factors according to WHO grade.

The effectiveness of tumor control after gamma knife radiosurgery (GKS) for intracranial meningioma is well-established. Moreover, GKS is an alternative to reduce surgical-remnant meningioma recurrence. Nevertheless, the tumor can recur even after GKS and is associated with its histological malignancy. We here investigated the risk factors associated with recurrence from remnant lesions after GKS, assessing recurrence patterns according to histological grades.

Endoscopic Ultrasound Features Associated with Malignancy and Aggressiveness of Nonhypovascular Solid Pancreatic Lesions: Results from a Prospective Observational Study.

 On contrast-enhanced imaging studies, nonhypovascular (i. e., isovascular and hypervascular) patterns can be observed in solid pancreatic lesions (SPLs) of different nature, prognosis, and management. We aimed to identify endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) features of nonhypovascular SPLs associated with malignancy/aggressiveness. The secondary aims were EUS tissue acquisition (EUS-TA) outcome and safety in this setting of patients.

Pathologic Evaluation of Endoscopically Resected Non-Ampullary Duodenal Lesions: A Single Center Experience.

Endoscopic resections are increasingly being used for superficial gastrointestinal lesions. However, application of these techniques in the duodenum remains challenging, due to the technical difficulties and high complication rates. This study projects a western tertiary center's experience in the endoscopic treatment and diagnostic workup of 19 cases of non-ampullary duodenal lesions.

Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT) for C. difficile Infection, just say 'No'.

Despite lack of regulatory approval, fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) is widely performed to manage C. difficile infection (CDI), particularly recurrent CDI. Herein, we critically review the available randomized controlled trials of FMT and address the following questions: Is FMT better than drug management of recurrent CDI?; Is FMT treatment per se or adjunctive treatment to antibiotics for CDI?; and, Is FMT safe? Finally, we elaborate non-FMT options for the management of recurrent CDI. Although pro...

Endoscopic Tympanoplasty without Mastoidectomy for Active Mucosal Chronic Otitis Media with Mastoid and Tympanic Antrum Lesions: A Prospective Clinical Study.

This study aims to assess the effectiveness of endoscopic tympanoplasty without mastoidectomy in the management of active mucosal chronic otitis media (COM) patients with mastoid and tympanic antrum lesions.

Clinical Adverse Events after Endoscopic Resection for Colorectal Lesions: A Meta-Analysis on the Antibiotic Prophylaxis.

Post-polypectomy coagulation syndrome (PECS) is a well-known adverse event after endoscopic polypectomy for colorectal lesions. To date, there are no standardized guidelines for the antimicrobial prophylaxis. The aim of this meta-analysis is to evaluate the usefulness of antibiotics in patients undergoing endoscopic mucosal or submucosal resections.

Features of chronic pancreatitis by endoscopic ultrasound influence the diagnostic accuracy of endoscopic ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration of small pancreatic lesions.

In chronic pancreatitis (CP) patients, diagnosis of small pancreatic lesions by endoscopic ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration (EUS-FNA) is challenging. Thus, the aim of our study was to investigate whether CP influences the diagnostic ability of EUS-FNA for pancreatic lesions ≤10 mm.

Feasibility of underwater endoscopic mucosal resection and management of residues for superficial non-ampullary duodenal epithelial neoplasms.

Underwater endoscopic mucosal resection (UEMR) is effective for superficial non-ampullary duodenal epithelial neoplasms (SNADENs). However, the incidence of residual lesion after UEMR, especially for large lesions (≥20 mm), and their prognosis remain unclear. We aimed to assess the incidence of residual lesions and further outcomes after UEMR for SNADENs.

Genomic and Epigenomic Features of Primary and Recurrent Hepatocellular Carcinomas.

Intratumor heterogeneity and divergent clonal lineages within and among primary and recurrent hepatocellular carcinomas (HCCs) produce challenges to patient management. We investigated genetic and epigenetic variations within liver tumors, among hepatic lesions, and between primary and relapsing tumors.

Transnasal endoscopic approach for pediatric skull base lesions: a case series.

Transnasal endoscopic transsphenoidal approaches constitute an essential technique for the resection of skull base tumors in adults. However, in the pediatric population, sellar and suprasellar lesions have historically been treated by craniotomy. Transnasal endoscopic approaches are less invasive and thus may be preferable to craniotomy, especially in children. In this case series, the authors present their institutional experience with transnasal endoscopic transsphenoidal approaches for pediatric skull b...

Combined Endoscopic and Microscopic Surgery for Perilabyrinthine Lesions: Feasibility and Technique.

To determine the feasibility of endoscopic-assisted surgery for lesions involving the perilabyrinthine recesses, and develop and validate a technique for this kind of lesions that increases the possibility of preserving the labyrinth and cochlea.

Severe recurrent gastrointestinal bleeding following percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy tube placement: a rare complication.

Severe bleeding requiring blood transfusions following endoscopic, percutaneous gastrostomy tube placement is a rare complication. We describe a case of severe recurrent haemorrhage with bright red blood from rectum from endoscopic, percutaneous gastrostomy tube placement, which ultimately required removal of the percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy tube.

Endoscopic submucosal dissection for remnant rectal neoplasm after ileal pouch-anal anastomosis for ulcerative colitis.

Impact of en bloc resection on long-term outcomes after endoscopic mucosal resection: a matched cohort study.

Residual or recurrent adenoma (RRA) is the major limitation of piecemeal endoscopic mucosal resection (p-EMR) for large colonic laterally spreading lesions (LSLs) ≥20 mm. En bloc EMR (e-EMR) has been shown to achieve low rates of RRA but specific procedural and long-term outcomes are unknown. Our aim was to compare long-term outcomes of size-matched LSLs stratified by whether they were resected e-EMR or p-EMR.

Long-Term Outcomes after Endoscopic Submucosal Dissection for Ulcerative Colitis-Associated Dysplasia.

The Surveillance for Colorectal Endoscopic Neoplasia Detection and Management in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Patients: International Consensus Recommendations guidelines recommend surveillance colonoscopy instead of colectomy after the complete removal of "endoscopically resectable" dysplastic lesions in ulcerative colitis (UC). There are no studies on long-term outcomes of endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD) for UC-associated neoplasia (UCAN). We aimed to evaluate the clinical outcomes of ESD for UC-asso...

Trends in Endoscopic Mucosal Resection for Nonmalignant Colorectal Polyps in the United States.

Although most large nonpedunculated colorectal lesions can be safely and efficaciously removed using endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR), the use of colectomy for benign colorectal lesions appears to be increasing. The reason(s) is unclear. We aimed to determine the utilization and the adverse events of EMR in the United States.


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