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management with octeotride

Angela Spanu, Orazio Schillaci, Bastiana Piras, Diego F Calvisi, Antonio Falchi, Roberta Danieli, Susanna Nuvoli, Franca Dore, Giuseppe Madeddu
In a retrospective study performed in non-functioning GEP tumor patients we further investigated (111)In-Pentetreotide SPECT/CT usefulness in diagnosis, staging and follow-up also evaluating whether the procedure may give more information than conventional imaging procedures (CIP), such as CT, MRI, US. We enrolled 104 consecutive patients with non-functioning GEP tumors, 30 in initial diagnosis and staging phases (IDS) and 74 in follow-up (FU). All patients underwent somatostatin receptor scintigraphy (SRS) whole body scan at 4, 24 and, if necessary, 48 hours followed by abdominal and chest SPECT/CT after (111)In-Pentetreotide 148-222 MBq i...
2017: American Journal of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging
Jose María Monge Mirallas, Luis Alberto Asensio Lahoz, Francisco Ruiz Izquierdo, Jose Antonio Campos Sañudo, Fernando Martínez Bretones, Laura Martín Cuesta
OBJECTIVE: To report a case of large chylous ascytis as a late complication of a laparoscopic nephrectomy for renal tumor. METHODS: A 62 year old patient was admitted with general deterioration and abdominal distension due to chylous ascites. Abdominal ultrasound and CT led to the diagnosis. Paracentesis confirmed the presence of a large peritoneal chylous fluid effusion. RESULTS: The patient was treated by punction and placement of a percutaneous drainage...
July 2014: Archivos Españoles de Urología
A B te Pas, K vd Ven, M P M Stokkel, F J Walther
UNLABELLED: A male newborn presented with congenital chylous ascites, the treatment of which is difficult and complicated due to persistent loss of chyle. The primary therapeutic goal is to reduce the lymph flow and to allow the leakage to heal naturally. Usually, conservative management--enteric rest with total parental feeding or an enteral diet with medium-chain triglycerides--can achieve this. A new treatment option is the use of octeotride, a somatostatin analogue. Both therapies failed in our patient, and surgical ligation of the leaking lymphatic duct was successful...
October 2004: Acta Paediatrica
M Sasson, P Shvartzman
Malignant bowel obstruction occurs in about 10% of those with advanced abdominal cancer and in about 25% of those with advanced pelvic cancer. Such patients usually develop nausea, vomiting, constipation, abdominal dilatation and colicky pain. Traditional therapy consists of intravenous fluids and decompression by duodenal tube, gastrostomy or operation but postoperative mortality is high. Treatment requires hospitalization and therefore such patients have not been considered candidates for home care. Palliative medical techniques can cope with this syndrome and allow home care...
May 15, 1998: Harefuah
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