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Immunoglobulin G4-associated cholangitis: clinical profile and response to therapy
Ghazale A, et al. Gastroenterology 2008. Among authors: Takahashi N. PMID 18222442
Initial presentation was treated with steroids (n = 30; median follow-up period, 29.5 months), surgical resection (n = 18; median follow-up period, 58 months), or was conservative (n = 5; median follow-up period, 35 months). ...
Initial presentation was treated with steroids (n = 30; median follow-up period, 29.5 months), surgical resection (n = 18; med …
Diagnosis of autoimmune pancreatitis: the Mayo Clinic experience
Chari ST, et al. Clin Gastroenterol Hepatol 2006. Among authors: Takahashi N. PMID 16843735
RESULTS: Computed tomography scans (n = 22) showed diffuse pancreatic enlargement in 6 (27%) patients; the rest had focal enlargement, distinct mass, normal pancreas, or focal acute pancreatitis. ...
RESULTS: Computed tomography scans (n = 22) showed diffuse pancreatic enlargement in 6 (27%) patients; the rest had focal enlargement …
Peroral endoscopic drainage/debridement of walled-off pancreatic necrosis
Papachristou GI, et al. Ann Surg 2007. Among authors: Takahashi N. PMID 17522520 Free PMC article.
Twelve patients (23%) required open operative intervention a median of 47 days (range, 5-540) after initial endoscopic drainage/debridement, due to persistence of WOPN (n = 3), recurrence of a fluid collection (n = 2), cutaneous fistula formation (n = 2), or technical failure, persistence of pancreatic pain, colonic obstruction, perforation, and flank abscess (n = 1 each). ...
Twelve patients (23%) required open operative intervention a median of 47 days (range, 5-540) after initial endoscopic drainage/debridement, …
Value of serum IgG4 in the diagnosis of autoimmune pancreatitis and in distinguishing it from pancreatic cancer
Ghazale A, et al. Am J Gastroenterol 2007. Among authors: Takahashi N. PMID 17555461
Among subjects with elevated IgG4, non-AIP subjects (N = 32) differed from AIP subjects (N = 34) in that they were more likely to be female (45%vs 9%, P < 0.001), less likely to have serum IgG4 >280 mg/dL (13%vs 71%, P < 0.001), or elevation of total IgG (16%vs 56%, P < 0.001). ...
Among subjects with elevated IgG4, non-AIP subjects (N = 32) differed from AIP subjects (N = 34) in that they were more likely …
Do consensus indications for resection in branch duct intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm predict malignancy? A study of 147 patients
Pelaez-Luna M, et al. Am J Gastroenterol 2007. Among authors: Takahashi N. PMID 17686073
In all cases, presence of CIR at baseline and during follow-up (N = 66), presence of multifocal cysts (N = 57), and increase in cyst size (N = 38) were noted. ...
In all cases, presence of CIR at baseline and during follow-up (N = 66), presence of multifocal cysts (N = 57), and increase i …
Resectability of presymptomatic pancreatic cancer and its relationship to onset of diabetes: a retrospective review of CT scans and fasting glucose values prior to diagnosis
Pelaez-Luna M, et al. Am J Gastroenterol 2007. Among authors: Takahashi N. PMID 17897335
CT scans done >/=6 months prior to diagnosis showed either a normal pancreas (N = 20) or a resectable mass (N = 6); none had unresectable cancer. ...
CT scans done >/=6 months prior to diagnosis showed either a normal pancreas (N = 20) or a resectable mass (N = 6); none ha …
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