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Present state of endoscopic ultrasonography-guided fine needle aspiration for the diagnosis of autoimmune pancreatitis type 1 预览

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摘要 Autoimmune pancreatitis(AIP)is defined as pancreatitis caused by irregular narrowing of the pancreatic duct accompanied by pancreatic swelling,fibrosis and lymphocyte infiltration,events that are related to autoimmune mechanisms.The 2010 International Consensus Diagnostic Criteria for AIP defined pancreatitis as“type 1”when increased levels of serum IgG4 were present and other organs were involved;lymphoplasmacytic sclerosing pancreatitis was the main histological characteristic.Apart from surgery,endoscopic ultrasonographyguided fine needle aspiration(EUS-FNA)is the only method for the histological diagnosis of AIP;however,this method is difficult.The use of larger-diameter FNA needles and trucut biopsy did not improve the diagnostic performance of EUS-FNA,but it has improved gradually.In this review,we look back at past efforts to improve the diagnostic performance of EUS-FNA and reveal the present state of EUS-FNA for the histological diagnosis of AIP type 1.
出处 《世界荟萃分析杂志》 2019年第5期218-223,共6页 World Journal of Meta-Analysis
作者简介 Corresponding author:Tadayuki Takagi,MD,PhD,Associate Professor,Doctor,Department of Gastroenterology,Fukushima Medical University,1 Hikarigaoka,Fukushima 960-1247,Japan.daccho@fmu.ac.jp,Telephone:+81-24-5471202,Fax:+81-24-5472055.
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