EUS-guided rendezvous technique for refractory benign biliary stricture

Post written by Yukitoshi Matsunami, MD, from the Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Tokyo Medical University, Tokyo, Japan. In this video, we describe an EUS-guided rendezvous technique for refractory benign biliary stricture caused by postoperative bile-duct injury. A 60-year-old man underwent right-sided liver lobectomy for multiple liver metastases from an ascending colon cancer. After surgery, …

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Reversal of complete rectal anastomotic stenosis

Payal Saxena, MD from Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland, USA shares this video case "EUS-guided rendezvous and reversal of complete rectal anastomotic stenosis after Hartmann's reversal." A 54-year-old man was found to have complete rectal anastomotic stenosis. He underwent left hemicolectomy, Hartmann’s pouch, and colostomy for management of ischemic colitis. Several months later he …

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