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Hepatolithiasis associated with cholangiocarcinoma
Kubo S, et al. World J Surg 1995. Among authors: Kinoshita H. PMID 7676713
In a retrospective study, we identified characteristic clinical features of 103 patients with hepatolithiasis (group H) and 10 patients with hepatolithiasis associated with cholangiocarcinoma (group HC), and examined the methods for diagnosis and treatment. ...The incidence of portal obstruction in portograms in group HC was higher than that in group H. The possibility of carcinoma should be kept in mind if there are high levels of CEA, if the location of the stones is classified as type I-L, or if portal veins cannot be seen on portograms. ...
In a retrospective study, we identified characteristic clinical features of 103 patients with hepatolithiasis (group H) and 10 patien …
Post-ischemic intraportal adenosine administration protects against reperfusion injury of canine liver
Sakata C, et al. J Hepatobiliary Pancreat Surg 2000. Among authors: Kinoshita H. PMID 10982596
Two h ischemia and reperfusion of the liver were induced in beagle dogs by clamping the portal triad. Either adenosine or saline was infused in the portal vein after reperfusion for 60 min. ...One h after reperfusion, the liver was perfused with nitroblue tetrazolium and the formation of formazan was observed to evaluate superoxide formation. ...
Two h ischemia and reperfusion of the liver were induced in beagle dogs by clamping the portal triad. Either adenosine or saline was …
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