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Background While intussusception is relatively common in children, it is a rare clinical entity in adults, where the condition is almost always secondary to a definable lesion.
Background Endoscopic sphincterotomy (EST) for removing common bile duct stones is regarded as the safest and most successful method, particularly in patients with a high surgical risk. However, giant immobile stones still continue to present a therapeutic problem.
Background A single catheter technique of hepatic venous isolation and charcoal hemoperfusion (HVI-CHP) using a 4-lumen/2-balloon (4L-2B) catheter was developed to perform high-dose intra-arterial chemotherapy of the liver. Herein we report the technique, safety, and pharmacokinetics of this...
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