Biliary papillary tumors share pathological features with intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm of the pancreas.

@article{Zen2006BiliaryPT,
  title={Biliary papillary tumors share pathological features with intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm of the pancreas.},
  author={Yoh Zen and Takahiko Fujii and Keita Itatsu and Koichi Nakamura and Hiroshi Minato and Satomi Kasashima and Hiroshi Kurumaya and Kazuyoshi Katayanagi and Atsuhiro Kawashima and Shinji Masuda and Hideki Niwa and Takeshi Mitsui and Yasuyuki Asada and Shouji Miura and Tetsuo Ohta and Yasuni Nakanuma},
  journal={Hepatology},
  year={2006},
  volume={44 5},
  pages={1333-43}
}
Recently, attention has been drawn to papillary neoplasm of the pancreatobiliary systems. In the pancreas, the disease entity of intraductal papillary mucinous neoplasm (IPMN-P) is widely recognized. In contrast, the pathological characteristics of biliary papillary tumors, such as biliary papilloma(tosis) and papillary cholangiocarcinoma, have not yet been well documented. In this study, we compared the pathological features and post-operative prognosis among biliary papillary tumors (10 cases… CONTINUE READING
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Bile duct structureIs associated anatomic site ofCholangiocarcinoma
These pathological characteristics and the survival status of biliary papillary tumors were different from those of non - papillary cholangiocarcinoma , and rather closely resembled those of IPMN - P. In conclusion , biliary papillary tumors may be the biliary counterpart ( intraductal papillary neoplasm of the bile duct ) of IPMN - P.
Bile duct structureIs primary anatomic site of diseaseCholangiocarcinoma
These pathological characteristics and the survival status of biliary papillary tumors were different from those of non - papillary cholangiocarcinoma , and rather closely resembled those of IPMN - P. In conclusion , biliary papillary tumors may be the biliary counterpart ( intraductal papillary neoplasm of the bile duct ) of IPMN - P.
These pathological characteristics and the survival status of biliary papillary tumors were different from those of non - papillary cholangiocarcinoma , and rather closely resembled those of IPMN - P. In conclusion , biliary papillary tumors may be the biliary counterpart ( intraductal papillary neoplasm of the bile duct ) of IPMN - P.
Bile duct structureIs primary anatomic site of diseaseBile Duct Papillary Neoplasm
These pathological characteristics and the survival status of biliary papillary tumors were different from those of non - papillary cholangiocarcinoma , and rather closely resembled those of IPMN - P. In conclusion , biliary papillary tumors may be the biliary counterpart ( intraductal papillary neoplasm of the bile duct ) of IPMN - P.
In this study , we compared the pathological features and post - operative prognosis among biliary papillary tumors ( 10 cases of biliary papilloma(tosis ) and 22 cases of papillary cholangiocarcinoma ) , conventional non - papillary cholangiocarcinoma ( 15 cases ) , and IPMN - P ( 31 cases ) .
In contrast , the pathological characteristics of biliary papillary tumors , such as biliary papilloma(tosis ) and papillary cholangiocarcinoma , have not yet been well documented .
In contrast , the pathological characteristics of biliary papillary tumors , such as biliary papilloma(tosis ) and papillary cholangiocarcinoma , have not yet been well documented .
In this study , we compared the pathological features and post - operative prognosis among biliary papillary tumors ( 10 cases of biliary papilloma(tosis ) and 22 cases of papillary cholangiocarcinoma ) , conventional non - papillary cholangiocarcinoma ( 15 cases ) , and IPMN - P ( 31 cases ) .
In this study , we compared the pathological features and post - operative prognosis among biliary papillary tumors ( 10 cases of biliary papilloma(tosis ) and 22 cases of papillary cholangiocarcinoma ) , conventional non - papillary cholangiocarcinoma ( 15 cases ) , and IPMN - P ( 31 cases ) .
In contrast , the pathological characteristics of biliary papillary tumors , such as biliary papilloma(tosis ) and papillary cholangiocarcinoma , have not yet been well documented .
In this study , we compared the pathological features and post - operative prognosis among biliary papillary tumors ( 10 cases of biliary papilloma(tosis ) and 22 cases of papillary cholangiocarcinoma ) , conventional non - papillary cholangiocarcinoma ( 15 cases ) , and IPMN - P ( 31 cases ) .
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