Nippon Shokakibyo Gakkai Zasshi
Online ISSN : 1349-7693
Print ISSN : 0446-6586
Volume 102 , Issue 9
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Review article
Monthly report; Inflammatory bowel disease-Perspectives of the new treatment based on its etiology
Original article
  • Takashi FUJISAWA, Kazuhiko SAKAGUCHI, Yutaka ONISHI, Akihiko TAKEDA, M ...
    2005 Volume 102 Issue 9 Pages 1146-1152
    Published: 2005
    Released: September 06, 2005
    We describe two cases of ruptured areurysm of pancreaticoduodenal artery (PDA), whose chief complaints were right upper abdominal pain. They were diagnosed to retroperitoneal hematoma around the duodenum and the uncus of the pancreas by Computed tomography and aneurysm of pancreaticoduodenal artery by Angiography. The patients underwent a coil embolization of the eneurysms, one ending to successful, the other to unsuccessful, so, underwent pancreatioduodenectomy. In our both cases, no history of chronic pancreatitis, trauma, infection and connective tissue disorders, and celiac axis stenosis or occulusion, were found. We reviewed 71 case repotrs of PDA aneurysm in Japanese literature and the treatment of PDA aneurysm.
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  • Yasuhisa FUJINO, Yoshihiro INOUE, Makoto ONODERA, Yasunori YAEGASHI, N ...
    2005 Volume 102 Issue 9 Pages 1153-1160
    Published: 2005
    Released: September 06, 2005
    We studied 13 emergency cases of liver abscess. Five cases of septic shock or clouding of consciousness were identified on admission. Six patients had diabetes mellitus. Twelve patients met the diagnostic criteria for systemic inflammatory response syndrome, and nine met the criteria for disseminated intravascular coagulation. Plasma endotoxin levels improved rapidly after drainage. Causative organisms were isolated in all patients, and the most common organism was Klebsiella pneumoniae (seven cases). Percutaneous transhepatic abscess drainage (PTAD) was performed not only in single cases but also in multiple cases with main huge abscesses. Surgical treatment was performed in the following three cases: a ruptured abscess, an ineffective PTAD, and a case of peritonitis after PTAD. Irrigation of abscesses with strong acidic electrolyzed water revealed a significant decrease in treatment duration. In the majority of our cases, severe conditions were identified on admission. Strong acidic electrolyzed water was useful for management of PTAD.
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  • Chitomi Hasebe, Kenichiro Goto, Yoshiharu Tominaga, Katsuyuki Hirai, K ...
    2005 Volume 102 Issue 9 Pages 1161-1169
    Published: 2005
    Released: September 06, 2005
    We studied about the discrepancies of stage diagnosis between laparoscopic and histological findings in the clinical course of chronic viral hepatitis. We noticed discrepancies in 26% of chronic hepatitis B and 18% of chronic hepatitis C. Many cases were judged more advanced by laparoscopic staging than by histological staging. The group with different stage diagnosis showed high frequency of reddish markings and patchy markings indicating severe necro-inflammatory reaction and regenerative reaction in laparoscopic findings. This suggests that existence of active inflammation might be a cause of discrepancies in stage diagnosis. The cumulative incidence of hepatocellular carcinoma was significantly higher in the cases judged more advanced by laparoscopy even in the same histological stage. This indicates that laparoscopic staging should be more reliable for predicting prognosis in each patient.
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