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 Vol 5: Usefulness of Microcatheters Inserted Overnight for Additional Injection of Sclerosant after Initial Balloon-Occluded Retrograde Transvenous Obliteration of Gastric Varices.


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This article is from Case Reports in Gastroenterology, volume 5.AbstractIn patients with large gastric varices, dose limitation of the sclerosant can cause difficulties in achieving complete thrombosis of varices during a single balloon-occluded retrograde transvenous obliteration BRTO procedure. For patients with incomplete variceal thrombosis after the first BRTO, additional sclerosant must be injected in a second BRTO. We report a successful case of BRTO for large gastric varices in whom additional sclerosant was injected through a microcatheter that remained inserted overnight. To achieve complete variceal thrombosis in a patient with incomplete thrombosis of large gastric varices after a first BRTO, a retained microcatheter can be used to inject additional sclerosant in a second BRTO the next day.



Autor: Sonomura, Tetsuo; Sahara, Shinya; Ono, Wataru; Sato, Morio; Kawaixy, Nobuyuki; Minamiguchi, Hiroki; Nakai, Motoki; Kishi, Kazushi

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