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Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction

@inproceedings{AgrawalSphincterOO,
  title={Sphincter of Oddi Dysfunction},
  author={Radheshyam Agrawal}
}

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In experienced hands SOM offers an exact tool to determine papillary function in patients presenting with signs or symptoms suggestive of sphincter of Oddi dyskinesia/dysfunction (SOD), but this relatively invasive method is associated with a signifi cant risk of side effects and complications.
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The data suggest that elevated sphincter pressure occurs more frequently in type III patients than previously reported, and supports consideration of SOM when evaluating and treating type II andtype III patients.
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Pancreatic sphincter hypertension greatly increases the risk of post-ERCP pancreatitis in patients undergoing treatment or evaluation, or both, for spHincter of Oddi dysfunction.
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An etiology was identified in the majority of patients with unexplained pancreatitis: Moderate to severe chronic pancreatitis was found in over one-fifth of these patients and bile analysis, SOM, and EUS are useful tools in the evaluation of unexplained acute pancreatitis.
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Dysfunction of the sphincter of Oddi diagnosed by ERCP manometry may account for the abdominal pain seen in 14% of the patients with postcholecystectomy syndrome and may rarely be the cause of an elevated serum alkaline phosphatase and/or amylase when abdominal pain is not present.
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