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Disease relevance of Duodenoscopes

  • To determine the significance of manometric pressure of the pancreatic duct, we used a microtransducer inserted through a duodenoscope to measure pressures in the papillary sphincter zone and pancreatic main duct in 20 control subjects and 20 patients with chronic pancreatitis, and recorded the effect of exogenous glucagon or secretin [1].

High impact information on Duodenoscopes


Anatomical context of Duodenoscopes


Associations of Duodenoscopes with chemical compounds

  • A 7F double pigtail endoprosthesis was used in the majority of patients and was inserted with an Olympus JF-1T duodenoscope [7].

Gene context of Duodenoscopes


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Duodenoscopes


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