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  1. ... A randomised controlled trial of endoscopic sphincterotomy in acute cholangitis without common bile duct stones. Gut. 2002; 51 : ... A randomised controlled trial of endoscopic sphincterotomy in acute cholangitis without common bile duct stones. Gut. 2002; 51 : ...
  2. ... 21. Pappas TN, Cox ML. The management of acute cholangitis. In: Cameron JL, Cameron AM, eds. Current Surgical ...
  3. ... exclusion criteria. 5 ElGeidie (2011a) excludes patients with acute cholangitis, gallstone pancreatitis,ASA grades IV-V 6 Elgeidie ( ...
  4. ... common bile duct stones; and endoscopic treatment of acute cholangitis reduces short-term mortality when compared to emergency ...
  5. ... and γGTP may be elevated during episodes of acute ascending cholangitis and may be helpful in establishing a diagnosis [ ...
  6. ... very difficult. In general, we may assume that acute cholangitis is probably present when pain and swelling are ... a few weeks ; its course is therefore an acute one (as, for instance, in typhoid cholangitis), or (and this is the rule) the affection ...
  7. ... chir., 1929, 35: 944-6.���Carlucci, P. F. Acute obstructive cholangitis from ptomaine poisoning. Am. Physician, 1921, 26: 307.��� ... 87: 54-65. ---- Inflammation, suppurative. Boland, F. K. Acute suppurative cholangitis. Tr. South. Surg. Ass., 1933, 45: 438-43. ...
  8. NLM Digital Collections - On gall-stones or cholelithiasis 
    Publication: Philadelphia : Blakiston, 1896
    ... general septic infection and local evidence of an acute cholangitis. Nettert and other observers found staphylococci and streptococci ...
  9. ... the digestive tract (case of visceral tetany, causing acute cholangitis and pancreatitis) Tr. Am. Gastroenter. Ass., 1922, 25: ...
  10. ... digestive tract; a case of visceral tetany, causing acute cholangitis and pancreatitis. Ibid., 1923, clxvi, 67-80.���Knapp ( ...
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