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Clinical significance of duodenal lymphangiectasia incidentally found during routine upper gastrointestinal endoscopy.
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Duodenal lymphangiectasia without clinical evidence of malabsorption is not extremely rare among cases undergoing routine upper gastrointestinal endoscopy and its prevalence and clinical significance are evaluated in the retrospective and prospective studies. Expand
Spinal cord injury subsequent to transcatheter arterial chemoembolization in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma.
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Two cases of extremely rare spinal cord injuries after transcatheter arterial chemoembolization in patients with hepatocellular carcinoma are reported. Expand
Differences in the prevalence of colorectal polyps in patients undergoing endoscopic removal of gastric adenoma or early gastric cancer and in healthy individuals.
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Endoscopists should consider performing routine FCS in patients undergoing endoscopic removal of gastric neoplasms with high prevalence of adenomatous or cancerous polyps, and those for advanced colonic neoplasm were different (age vs. diabetes and hypertriglyceridemia). Expand
Successful endoscopic submucosal dissection for triple sporadic nonampullary duodenal adenomas using a "push and peel off" technique.
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This is the first case report of triple SNDAs which were successfully treated by a “push and peel off” technique, which is different from conventional methods and could be useful in performing duodenal ESD safely. Expand
Gastrointestinal: Impacted gastric balloon in small bowel
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This is the first report of a successful removal of the impacted gastric balloon in small bowel using the DBE technique, and this procedure can substitute for more invasive surgery for the extraction of migrated intragastric balloon. Expand
Ineffective Esophageal Motility Found in Routine Esophageal Manometry
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The IBM is the most frequently observed abnormality from routine esophageal manometry, and a small but significant proportion of cases conventionally considered as normal also belongs to IBM. Expand