Masato Taniguchi

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A 56-year-old man, who had epigastralgia and abnormal liver function test, was admitted to our hospital. ERCP showed common bile duct dilation and stones. We therefore performed endoscopic lithotripsy after endoscopic sphincterotomy. Ten months later, MRCP showed recurrent CBD stones. After rehospitalization, resection of the dilated bile duct was carried(More)
While the gastric involvement of pancreatic cancer is occasionally observed as the result of direct invasion, hematogenous gastric metastasis is rare. A 72-year-old Japanese male presented with general fatigue, pollakiuria, and thirst. Computed tomography revealed a 4.6-cm solid mass in the pancreatic tail and a 4.2-cm multilocular cystic mass in the(More)
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