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    ABSTRACT: We report a case of quadruple cancer of 3 organs in which mucinous cholangiocarcinoma and gastric remnant cancer developed pastoperatively for early gastric cancer and bile duct cancer. A 69-year-old man had undergone distal gastrectomy for early gastric cancer at age 54 (IIc tumor, moderately differentiated tubular adenocarcinoma, m), and hilar hepatectomy with caudate lobectomy for bile duct cancer at age 63 (papillary tumor, 2.0 x 2.0cm , well-differentiated tubular adenocarcinoma, ss, n0, stage II). He was admitted for anterior chest and upper abdominal discomfort and an increase in serum CA19-9. Early gastric cancer detected at the remnant stomach necessitated endoscopic mucosal resection (0-1 type, well-differentiated tubular adenocarcinoma, m). US, CT, and MRI showed a tumor from the lateral segment of the liver to the anterior mediastinum. Preoperative diagnosis was liver metastasis of bile duct cancer, necessiatating lateral segmentectomy with partial resection of the diaphragm, sternum, and pericardium. Macroscopic findings showed a tumor 7.0 x 5.0 cm with a yellowish-white lobular cut surface. The pathological diagnosis was mucinous cholangiocarcinoma (T2 : diaphragm, sternum, pericardium, N0, M0, Stage III). He died 7 months after the last operation due to multiple bone metastases.
    No preview · Article · Aug 2005 · Nippon Shokaki Geka Gakkai zasshi
  • Kazuya Fujinaga · Masanobu Usui · Shinsuke Matsuda · Hideaki Suzuki

    No preview · Article · Jan 2003 · Nihon Rinsho Geka Gakkai Zasshi (Journal of Japan Surgical Association)
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    ABSTRACT: We evaluated the cholecystokinin (CCK) receptor antagonist loxiglumide (CR1505) for a possible inhibitory effect on biliary carcinogenesis in a hamster model. Experimental group I underwent cholecystoduodenostomy and ligation of the distal end of the common bile duct, after which the animals were injected with N-nitrosobis(2-oxopropyl)amine (BOP) alone. Group II, after the same surgical procedure as in group I, were given injections of BOP and then given loxiglumide in their diet. The sham-operated group underwent simple laparotomy and then were given injections of BOP. Loxiglumide significantly inhibited BOP carcinogenicity in the gallbladder and extrahepatic bile duct but not in the intrahepatic bile ducts or pancreas. Autoradiography showed that loxiglumide significantly suppressed (125)I-Bolton-Hanter (BH)-CCK-8 binding to CCK receptors in the gallbladder and extrahepatic bile duct but not in the liver or pancreas, and CCK binding to its receptors was observed in an area identified as cancer tissue. CCK receptor antagonists have an inhibitory effect on BOP carcinogenesis in the extrahepatic biliary tract, including the gallbladder and extrahepatic bile duct, of Syrian hamsters. The difference in the inhibitory effect of loxiglumide on biliary carcinogenesis in hamsters according to site may be due to differences in CCK receptors or the affinity of loxiglumide for such biliary tract organs. A difference between carcinogenesis in the intrahepatic bile ducts and extrahepatic biliary tract may be another reason.
    No preview · Article · Apr 2002 · World Journal of Surgery
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    ABSTRACT: We report a case of somatostatinoma of the papilla of Vater with multiple gastrointestinal stromal tumors in a patient with von Recklinghausen's disease (VRD). A 64-year-old woman who had had recurrent attacks of acute pancreatitis and cholangitis was found, on gastroduodenal endoscopy, to have a tumor of the papilla of Vater and multiple submucosal tumors of the stomach and duodenum. Numerous submucosal tumors were observed in the stomach, duodenum, and jejunum, and total excision of the papilla of Vater and resection of the duodenal and jejunal submucosal tumors was performed. The tumor of the papilla of Vater showed the histologic appearance of a dense proliferation of tumor cells in acinar form, from the duodenal mucosa to the muscle layer, and psammoma bodies were revealed within the tumor. Immunohistologically, the tumor cells were intensely positive for somatostatin. The submucosal tumors of the duodenum and jejunum were negative for smooth muscle actin, s-100, and neuron-specific enolase (NSE), and positive for CD34 and c-kit, and they were diagnosed as gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GISTs) according to the strict definition. The only 25 cases of papilla of Vater somatostatinoma associated with VRD to have been reported in the English-language literature since 1982 are reviewed, as well as our own case.
    No preview · Article · Feb 2002 · Journal of Gastroenterology
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    ABSTRACT: We report a patient with insulin-like growth factor (IGF)-II-producing hemangiopericytoma with hypoglycemia in whom repeated intra-abdominal recurrences developed over a period of about 10 years and tumor resection was performed four times. A 67-year-old woman was admitted to our hospital in 1995 because of hypoglycemic attacks. In 1985, partial resection of the small bowel had been performed for a 17-cm abdominal tumor of the transverse mesocolon, and the pathological diagnosis was hemangiopericytoma. In 1991, left hemicolectomy had been performed for a mesosigmoidal tumor associated with hypoglycemia. In 1994, hysterectomy, bilateral adnexectomy, and resection of an intrapelvic tumor were performed. The fourth operation was performed in 1996, about 10 years after the first operation. The spleen was removed, together with more than 1500 tumors having a total weight of 1,660 g. The hypoglycemia was ameliorated after each operation. Before this operation, her serum IGF-I level was low, but her IGF-II level was within the normal range; however, the Western immunoblot method showed that most of the IGF-II was high-molecular-weight IGF-II. The tissue IGF-I level was also low, and the IGF-II level was high, suggesting an IGF-II-producing tumor. We suspect that the mechanism of the hypoglycemia in this patient was related to the high-molecular-weight IGF-II produced by the tumor. The patient died in 1997 because of tumor recurrence.
    No preview · Article · Nov 2001 · Journal of Gastroenterology
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    ABSTRACT: We report a 66-year-old woman who had massive bleeding from a gastric ulcer complicating primary systemic amyloidosis, in whom emergency surgery proved lifesaving. Physical examination revealed anemia and macroglossia. Gastroscopy was performed, and an extensive, irregular, hemorrhagic ulcer was found in the gastric body. Biopsy resulted in a diagnosis of amyloidosis. On the 11th hospital day the patient went into shock as a result of a massive hemorrhage. Emergency surgery was performed, but the extent of the submucosal lesion in the stomach could not be identified, and total gastrectomy was unavoidable. Histological examination of the surgical specimen and biopsy tissue collected from other organs revealed amyloid deposition extending from the submucosa to the muscularis propria of the stomach. There was also deposition of large amounts of amyloid around the small blood vessels in the liver and under the mucosa of the small intestine. The amyloid was AA-antibody-negative and resistant to treatment with K2MO4, and a diagnosis of AL-type systemic amyloidosis was made. The patient's general condition recovered after the operation, but on the 103rd hospital day, she experienced sudden onset of arrhythmia and died. Patients with amyloidosis in whom gastrointestinal surgery is performed are rare; only 41 cases, including our own, have been reported in the Japanese literature since 1972.
    No preview · Article · Jan 2001 · Journal of Gastroenterology
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    ABSTRACT: To elucidate the possible role of pancreatic juice reflux into the biliary tract in promoting the development of biliary carcinoma, Syrian hamsters were subjected to cholecystoduodenostomy and ligation of the distal end of the common duct and then subcutaneously injected with N-nitrosobis(2-oxopropyl)amine (BOP) (experimental group). The incidences of gallbladder carcinoma and extrahepatic bile duct carcinoma in the experimental group was significantly higher than in the sham-operated group (P < 0.01, P < 0.05). The proliferating cell nuclear antigen (PCNA) labeling indices of both regions gradually increased with time, and were significantly higher in the experimental group at weeks 9 and 16 than in the sham-operated group at the same time. Trypsin and phospholipase A2 (PLA2) activities in bile and tissue levels of superoxide dismutase (SOD) in the gallbladder and extrahepatic bile ducts were higher in the experimental group than in the sham-operated group. These findings suggest that the carcinogenic effect of BOP was enhanced in biliary epithelium that had proliferated in response to and/or had been injured by activated pancreatic enzymes refluxing into the biliary tract and then increased free radical activity, leading to a high frequency of carcinoma development in the biliary tract.
    No preview · Article · Jan 1999 · Digestive Diseases and Sciences
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    ABSTRACT: Central bisegmentectomy of the liver is recommended as a radical surgical procedure for patients with liver-bed gallbladder carcinoma, which tends to directly invade the hepatic parenchyma through the liver bed. In this article, we describe the indications and our surgical techniques for central bisegmentectomy of the liver plus caudate lobectomy for carcinoma of the gallbladder. We employ combined resection of the caudate lobe, because the caudate lobe often becomes involved even in patients with liver-bed carcinoma. Resection of the extrahepatic bile duct is also required to achieve complete lymphadenectomy within the hepatoduodenal ligament, because tumor invasion of the hepatoduodenal ligament is frequently found. Extensive lymphadenectomy around the head of the pancreas together with removal of the para-aortic lymph nodes should be performed in patients with extensive lymph node metastases.
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    ABSTRACT: We treated 65 patients with carcinoma of the hepatic duct confluence between 1976 and 1991, 57 (87.7%) of whom were treated surgically; of the 57, 55(96.5%) underwent resection. Radical resection was performed at a rate of 50.9%. Procedures for these 55 patients included resection of the extrahepatic bile duct plus hepatectomy (n = 33; 60.0%), and resection of the duct without hepatectomy (n = 22; 40.0%). In addition, the caudate lobe was resected in 28 of these patients, and the portal vein, hepatic artery, or both were resected in 6. The overall operative morbidity was 21.8%; morbidity occurred in 33.3% of patients with hepatectomy, a significantly higher percent than the 4.5% rate in those without hepatectomy (p < 0.05). Operative death occurred in only 1.9%. As the depth of cancer invasion in the bile duct wall advanced, the incidence of tumor spread (e.g., lymphatic permeation, venous invasion, perineural invasion, lymph node metastasis) increased significantly. The prevalence of extramural tumor extensions in a transverse direction was higher than that in the longitudinal direction along the bile duct wall; and the distance from the margin of the primary tumor to the site of tumor extensions along the bile duct wall was much longer on the hepatic side than on the duodenal side. Cancer invasion of the caudate lobe was observed in 36.4%, and invasion at the surgical margins was found more frequently in those without hepatectomy than those with hepatectomy.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)
    No preview · Article · Dec 1992 · World Journal of Surgery
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    ABSTRACT: Based on the histological findings of 1,686 resected cases of gallbladder carcinoma and operative results collected from 172 major hospitals in Japan, the present status of radical operation was assessed with respect to the relationship between the depth of carcinoma invasion and the operative results. The depth of carcinoma invasion was classified into 5 groups, i.e., limited to the mucosal layer (m) in 11.9%, advanced to the proper muscle layer (pm) in 9.8%, extending to the subserosal layer (ss) in 29.6%, serosal involvement (se) in 21.8%, and carcinoma invading the adjacent organs (si) in 26.9%. Tumor extension, such as lymph node metastasis, invasion of lymphatic and venous vessels, and perineural infiltration, were observed more frequently in patients with ss, se, and si than in those with m and pm. The cumulative 5-year survival rates were 82.6% and 72.5% in patients with m and pm, which were significantly higher than 37.0%, 14.7%, and 7.5% in those with ss, se, and si, respectively. The choice of operative procedures should depend on the depth of carcinoma invasion. Cholecystectomy alone is done only in patients with tumor limited to the mucosa, and more radical procedures such as extended cholecystectomy should be performed in those with carcinoma invasion beyond the mucosa. Pancreatoduodenectomy is indicated in those with lymph node metastasis posterior to the head of the pancreas and with invasion to the duodenum. When the tumor directly invades the liver, major hepatic resection is recommended.(ABSTRACT TRUNCATED AT 250 WORDS)
    No preview · Article · Apr 1991 · World Journal of Surgery