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Plasmapheresis and corticosteroid treatment for persistent jaundice after successful drainage of common bile duct stones by endoscopic retrograde cholangiography

Saritas U. | Aydin B. | Ustundag Y.

Article | 2007 | World Journal of Gastroenterology13 ( 30 ) , pp.4152 - 4153

Prolonged cholestasis is a very rare complication of endoscopic retrograde cholangiography (ERC). Only few cases with this complication are reported in the English literature. We report persisting cholestatic jaundice in a 73-year old man after successful therapeutic ERC for choledocholithiasis. Serologic tests for viral and autoimmune hepatitis were all negative. A second-look ERC was normal also. He denied any medication except for prophylaxis given intravenous 1 g ceftriaxon prior to the ERC procedure. After an unsuccessful trial with ursodeoxycholic acid and cholestyramine for 2 wk, this case was efficiently treated with cortico . . .steroids and plasmapheresis. His cholestatic enzymes became normal and intense pruritis quickly resolved after this treatment which lasted during his follow-up period. We discussed the possible mechanisms and treatment alternatives of intrahepatic cholestasis associated with the ERC procedure. © 2007 WJG. All rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

Think twice if you consider entecavir treatment in cases with lamivudine refractoriness

Ustundag Y. | Topalak O.

Letter | 2010 | Hepatology52 ( 1 ) , pp.397 - 398

[No abstract available]

Biopsy or no biopsy after EUS examination of lesions suspicious for GI stromal tumors

Ustundag Y. | Cindoruk M.

Letter | 2010 | Gastrointestinal Endoscopy71 ( 3 ) , pp.658 - 659

[No abstract available]

An unusual case of pancytopenia associated with Sheehan's syndrome [5]

Gokmen Akoz A. | Atmaca H. | Ustundag Y. | Ozdamar S.O.

Letter | 2007 | Annals of Hematology86 ( 4 ) , pp.307 - 308

[No abstract available]

Fulminant hepatic failure associated with propylthiouracil: A case report with treatment emphasis on the use of plasmapheresis

Aydemir S. | Ustundag Y. | Bayraktaroglu T. | Tekin I.O. | Peksoy I. | Unal A.U.

Article | 2005 | Journal of Clinical Apheresis20 ( 4 ) , pp.235 - 238

Propylthiouracil is a commonly used medication for hyperthyroidism. Though propylthiouracil-induced hepatotoxicity is a rarely encountered problem, death due to fulminant hepatic failure may occur. In the English literature, only 34 cases have been described with severe hepatotoxicity secondary to this drug. Here we report a case of fulminant hepatic failure due to propylthiouracil and review the issues of treatment and management with special emphasis on the use of plasmapheresis in such situations. © 2005 Wiley-Liss, Inc.

Bile duct fascioliasis

Ustundag Y. | Yilmaz Urun Y.

Article | 2018 | VideoGIE3 ( 3 ) , pp.89 - 90

[No abstract available]

Does the fluid choice matter for prevention of post-ERCP pancreatitis?

Ustundag Y. | Saritas U.

Letter | 2017 | Gastrointestinal Endoscopy86 ( 1 ) , pp.89 - 90

[No abstract available]

Helicobacter pylori eradication does not change circulating insulin-like growth factor 1 and insulin-like growth factor binding protein 3 levels in patients with and without precancerous gastric lesions

Ustundag Y. | Sahin H. | Ilikhan S. | Dogan B.G. | Kokturk F. | Kar F.

Article | 2013 | American Journal of the Medical Sciences346 ( 5 ) , pp.381 - 384

Background: Circulating insulin-like growth factor (IGF)-1 and IGF-binding protein (IGFBP)-3 levels in the serum of Helicobacter pylori (H pylori)-infected patients were investigated. METHODS

Are rigid probes sufficient to provide reliable data for rectal cancer staging?

Ustundag Y. | Fusaroli P.

Letter | 2015 | Endoscopic Ultrasound4 ( 3 ) , pp.270 - 270

[No abstract available]

The clinical presentations of ectopic biliary drainage into duodenal bulbus and stomach with a thorough review of the current literature

Saritas U. | Senol A. | Ustundag Y.

Article | 2010 | BMC Gastroenterology10 , pp.270 - 270

Background: Ectopic biliary drainage is a rare congenital anomaly on which we have scarce data in the current literature.Methods: The data were collected from the records of 400 endoscopic retrograde cholangio-pancreatography (ERCP). In this report, we present 10 cases (male/female: 9/1, mean age 54 years, range 38-74) with ectopic biliary openings into the duodenum and/or stomach diagnosed by endoscopic retrograde cholangio-pancreatography (ERCP).Results: In our series, the frequency of ectopic biliary drainage is 2% (10 out of 400 ERCPs). Recurrent attacks of cholangitis and complicated ulcer formation in the distal stomach and bu . . .lbar duodenum were the most common signs in the present series. The sites of ectopic biliary drainage were the stomach in 1 case, the duodenum bulbus in 7 cases and the postbulbar duodenum in 2 cases. Bulbar ulcer, deformed pylorus and bulbus were present in 7 cases, apical bulbar stricture in 2, gastric ulcer in 1, pyloroplasty and/or gastroenterostomy in 3 cases. One case had had previous bleeding episode. Some of them had undergone previous surgeries for gall-stone disease (cholecystectomy in 5 cases, bile duct operation in 3 cases) and ulcer complications (pyloroplasty/gastroenterostomy in 3 cases). ERCP revealed dilatation of the biliary tree and hook shaped distal choledochus in all cases, choledocholithiasis in 7 and Mirizzi syndrome in 1. Endoscopic balloon dilatations for gastric outlet obstruction, extraction of bile stones after balloon dilating the ectopic site, surgery for difficult cases with large bile duct stones or with gastric outlet obstruction were preferred methods in this series of patients.Conclusion: With this report, we have to remind that ectopic biliary drainage must be considered in the differential diagnosis when the clinician faces cases with gastric outlet obstruction due to peptic ulcer formation accompanied by cholangitis/cholestasis. © 2010 Saritas et al; licensee BioMed Central Ltd Daha fazlası Daha az

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