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The purpose of the study is to determine the best management of bile duct narrowing (stricture) due to inoperable tumors. The bile duct is a tube that carries bile formed in the liver to the small bowel to digest fats. Tumors around the bile duct can compress the duct causing pain, jaundice (yellow skin and eyes), itchy skin and fever.
The purpose of this study is to compare the duration of stent patency of a covered vs. an uncovered biliary self-expandable metal stents (SEMS) placed to relieve biliary obstruction in patients with inoperable extrahepatic malignant biliary obstruction.
The purpose of this study is to compare the duration of stent patency between partially covered and fully covered SEMS for palliation of malignant distal bile duct obstruction.
The purpose of this prospective, randomized multicenter study is to determine whether there is any difference in stent patency of covered metallic stents in terms of stent positioning, above and across the sphincter of Oddi, in malignant bile duct obstruction.
Acute colorectal obstruction has been reported to occur in 7 - 29% of all colorectal malignancies, but emergent surgical decompression is associated with high morbidity and mortality rates. Recently, self-expandable metal stents(SEMS) have been suggested as an alternative to surgery and effectively decompress the colonic obstruction and allow for bowel preparation and elective surgery. Theoretically, SEMSs are classified into uncovered stents and covered stents. Covered stents ...
This is a single center, randomized, unblinded study to compare the rate of occlusion of plastic, uncovered metal, or fully covered metal biliary stents in patient's with surgically resectable disease or those undergoing neoadjuvant chemoradiotherapy. We will also compare occlusion rates between uncovered metal and fully covered metal biliary stents in those patients determined to have surgically unresectable disease.
This is a a prospective study of the WallFlex™ Biliary Partially-covered Stent designed to collect data to support regulatory clearance by the FDA in the United States and to determine the functionality of the WallFlex™ Biliary Partially Covered Stent as a Palliative treatment for malignant bile duct obstruction.
Previous studies indicated that covered stents are less likely to become occluded in comparison to bare stents. While the probability of occlusions caused by tumor in-growth is less in covered stents, they are more likely to spontaneously migrate to a position that is distal to the original deployment site. However, newer covered stents with improved designs, such as the partially covered double bare metallic stent used for this study, include features to mitigate the migration...
Background: When considering any malignancy with limited life expectancy, palliation and quality of life are paramount. Owing to the limited centres offering ERCP and endoscopic palliation in the South African state sector, patients often travel vast distances and spend large amounts of time away from family and social support structures, severely impairing their quality of life. Stent occlusion with resultant readmission to an ERCP accredited centre obviously compounds ...
Endoscopic radiofrequency ablation (RFA) is a new palliation therapy for malignant bile duct obstruction. It delivers a high amount of thermal energy to target tissue and may prolong the duration of stent patency. RFA has showed promising results for malignant bile duct obstruction and increasing the duration of stent patency. The aim of our study was to evaluate the feasibility and safety of endoscopic RFA for the treatment of bile duct obstructions, and to compare the efficac...
EUS - guided choledocho-duodenostomy (ECDS) is an established option for bile duct drainage in unresectable malignant distal CBD strictures when endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) fails. However, how primary ECDS compares with ERCP with covered self-expanding metallic stents (CSEMS) in unresectable malignant distal CBD strictures is uncertain. The aim of the current study is to compare primary ECDS versus ERCP with CSEMS in unresectable malignant dista...
The primary purpose is to compare patency of two different types of biliary metal stents, i.e. covered versus uncovered Nitinella metal stent. Secondary purposes are to determine frequency of complications in the two groups, e.g. cholecystitis, pancreatitis, and cholangitis.
The purpose of this study is to demonstrate non-inferiority of Fully Covered biliary SEMS to Uncovered biliary SEMS in biliary drainage for the pre-operative management of biliary obstructive symptoms caused by pancreatic cancer in patients undergoing neoadjuvant therapy.
This study compares the 6 mm nitinol Zilver biliary endoprostheses and the 10 mm nitinol Zilver biliary endoprostheses to the 10 mm Wallstent in appropriate patients in need of palliative treatment of malignant obstructive jaundice.
The overall median survival of nonresectable malignant hilar obstruction in most series has been less than 6 months. Most patients with malignant hilar obstruction present with advanced disease, making palliative endoscopic drainage the principal therapeutic option. However, the optimal endoscopic management strategy is contentious. Almost all of the published data comparing plastic and metallic stents relate to distal tumors (those of the pancreas, common bile duct and ampulla...
To investigate bile culture and susceptibility test in patients with malignant biliary obstruction (MBO) or relation between bile, portal vein or vein culture and biliary infection. Culture of the organism is recognized as the "gold standard" for diagnosis of infection. Our research may be one of the first research on culture and susceptibility test in patients with MBO. The results of the trial research will be benefit to experiential therapy of MBO with biliary infection.
Endobiliary radiofrequency ablation (RFA) with biliary stent has been reported to be a beneficial treatment option for palliation of malignant biliary strictures. RFA uses a high-frequency alternating current to generate heat and achieve coagulative necrosis when in contact with tissue. Within the bile duct, RFA appears to be safe and may result in decreased tumor ingrowth. However, most of therapeutic effects were expected to delay bile duct obstruction rather than to decrease...
Standard endoscopic management for anastomotic bile leaks following OLT has been endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) with placement of a temporary plastic biliary endoprosthesis (stent) across the site of anastomotic leak. While this intervention carries a high rate of technical success, clinical success is not universal. An alternative to placement of a plastic biliary stent is placement of a fully covered self-expanding metal stent (FCSEMS). Whereas a plasti...
Cancer of the gallbladder (CaGB) is one of the most common causes of malignant obstructive jaundice. Jaundice is the second most common presentation and occurs in 30-60% of patients with CaGB. It is obstructive in nature and frequently associated with pruritus, which is very disturbing for the patients. The usual mechanism of obstruction is direct infiltration of the bile duct by the tumour. Most patients with CaGB with obstructive jaundice are not amenable to a curative surgic...
The purpose of this study is to determine whether morbidity and mortality for high-risk surgical patients treated with the Carotid Wallstent in conjunction with the FilterWire EX and EZ System distal protection device will be less than or equal to that of objective performance criteria (OPC) derived from historic controls undergoing surgical intervention with a carotid endarterectomy (CEA).
A multicenter non-randomized prospective clinical study assessing the safety and feasibility of the esophageal through-the-scope HILZO Covered self-expandable metal stent placement for palliation of malignant dysphagia
The aim of this animal study is determining the technical feasibility of the novel flower-type covered self-expandable metal stent (F-CSEMS) and investigating whether the novel flower-type covered self-expandable metal stent (F-CSEMS) could prevent cholecystitis and pancreatitis, comparing with conventional covered self-expandable metal stent (C-CSEMS).
The prognosis of patients with unresectable pancreatic cancer is dismal. Hence, palliation of tumor-associated symptoms, in particular jaundice due to low bile duct obstruction and gastric outlet obstruction, is the primary aim of these patients' care. Endoscopic stenting and surgical bypass are currently the two competing treatment options. There is currently no randomized trial comparing the recently developed metal stents to surgical bypass. Furthermore, there is very limit...
In this study, investigators will investigate the microbiota of bile in common bile duct stone participants. Three key questions are of concern. The first one is whether there is bacteriria in bile in participants without common bile duct stone. The second one is whether the microbiota of bile is similar with that of gut mucosa in common bile duct stone participants. The third one is whether the bacteria in bile of common bile participants with intact papillar is the same as th...
Transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunts (TIPS) have been increasingly used for the treatment of complications of portal hypertension in patients with cirrhosis. The initial experiment of the TIPS was reported during the 1990s with stents of various brands, manufacture and sizes, but all "non covered", thus owing the pseudointimal hyperplasia growing inside the stent, which progressively decreases the diameter of the shunt and thus its efficacy. Since the beginning of th...