Sequential evaluation of pancreato-biliary findings in a case with IgG4-associated cholangiopathy and autoimmune pancreatitis during corticosteroid treatment

Şerifoğlu İ. | Öz İ.İ. | Üstündağ Y. | Uygun İlikhan S. | Tokgöz Ö.

Article | 2016 | Balkan Medical Journal33 ( 4 ) , pp.458 - 461

Background: Immunoglobulin G4 (IgG4)-associated diseases mostly involve the pancreatico-biliary tree and pancreatic parenchyma. This disease complex is characterized by marked response to corticosteroid therapy and response to steroids is incorporated in the diagnostic algorithm of IgG4 associated diseases. However, there is much unknown about the sequences and duration of healing during the corticosteroid therapy in the literature. Case Report: In this case report, we report a young male patient with IgG4 associated extrahepatic biliary stricture and autoimmune pancreatitis successfully treated with corticosteroids. Recovery in the . . . laboratory and radiological findings seemed to correlate well with the decrease in serum IgG4 levels in this patient. We also discussed sequences and the duration of healing in the pancreaticobiliary tree and pancreatic parenchymal manifestations in this case report. Conclusion: There is a gap in our knowledge about the evaluation of response criteria after steroid trial with regard to the duration and sequences of healing in the pancreaticobiliary involvement in diagnosing IgG4-related biliary and pancreatic diseases. © Trakya University Faculty of Medicine Daha fazlası Daha az

High-Magnification SEM Micrograph of Siloxanes

Erol A.

Article | 2018 | Silicon10 ( 6 ) , pp.2627 - 2633

Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) is a powerful and efficient microscopy for the analysis of nanomaterials. Although this imaging technique is common and several standard methods exist for chemical analysis, questions remain about the optimal magnification and voltage to be used. The chemical molecules are relatively sensitive to the electron beam. HMDS is as often as possible utilized for surface treatment at the covering of the photosensitive material on the wafer, and trimethyl silanol is created, together with alkali, by hydrolysis of HMDS. This study specifically represents the best imaging condition to HMDS and reaction produ . . .cts of organosilicons. The greatest challenges of working with organosilicons molecules is imaging and characterizing features on such a small scale by SEM. The results support the conclusion that, contrary to what is usually recommended, it is best to determine the structure of organosilicons molecules without spectroscopy. It has been a convenient method for the emergence of the structure of HMDS and reaction products. © 2018, Springer Science+Business Media B.V., part of Springer Nature Daha fazlası Daha az

PET-CT findings of progressive massive fibrosis in retired coal miners

Tor, Meltem | Ornek, Tacettin | Altinsoy, Bulent | Atalay, Figen

Conference Object | 2013 | EUROPEAN RESPIRATORY JOURNAL42 , pp.2627 - 2633

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