Postcholecystectomy sphincter of oddi dyskinesia--a diagnostic dilemma--role of noninvasive nuclear and invasive manometric and endoscopic aspects.

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BACKGROUND Persistent abdominal pain after cholecystectomy is not uncommon. Sphincter of oddi dysfunction (SOD) is one of the causes for this entity. However, diagnosing SOD is often difficult. Sphincter of oddi manometry (SOM) is the gold standard. Because it is invasive and needs experienced person to perform, simple noninvasive imaging techniques are… (More)

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@article{Vijayakumar2007PostcholecystectomySO, title={Postcholecystectomy sphincter of oddi dyskinesia--a diagnostic dilemma--role of noninvasive nuclear and invasive manometric and endoscopic aspects.}, author={Vani Vijayakumar and Elma G Briscoe and Nonko D Pehlivanov}, journal={Surgical laparoscopy, endoscopy & percutaneous techniques}, year={2007}, volume={17 1}, pages={10-3} }