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Table 1 Outcomes of magnetic compression anastomosis for biliary stricture after liver transplantation

From: Biliary-duodenal anastomosis using magnetic compression following massive resection of small intestine due to strangulated ileus after living donor liver transplantation: a case report

Author [references] Age Gender Disease Operation Type of intervention Duration from LT (months) Period until removal of magnets (days) Duration of internal catheter (weeks) Follow-up period (months) Reintervention
Mimuro et al. [18] 1 F Fulminant hepatitis LDLT of left lobe with R-Y CJS 6 12 8 54 None
57 M LC with HCC LDLT of right lobe with R-Y CJS 7 12 8 6 Balloon dilatation
Okajima et al. [6] 44 F Fulminant hepatitis LDLT of right lobe with D-D CCS 12 42 12 15 None
Akita et al. [19] 34 F N/A LDLT of right lobe with D-D CCS 0 21 None N/A N/A
Mita et al. [20] 0.5 F Fulminant hepatitis LDLT of lateral segment with R-Y CJS 1.5 12 N/A 73.4 None
59 F LC LDLT of left lobe with R-Y CJS 5 25 N/A 62.2 ESWL
Matsuno et al. [21] 53 M N/A LDLT of right lobe with D-D CCS N/A 10 4.3 36 None
Itoi et al. [22] 60 M N/A LDLT of right lobe with D-D CCS 18 9 24 2 None
Jang et al. [23] 63 F LC with HCC (HBV) LDLT with D-D CCS 71 42 83 19.4 None
49 M LC with HCC (HBV) LDLT with D-D CCS 6 26 70 16.4 None
54 M LC with HCC (HBV) LDLT with D-D CCS 55 18 49 11.4 None
64 F LC with HCC (HBV) LDLT with D-D CCS 71 71 14 3.3 Balloon dilatation
54 M LC (HBV) LDLT with D-D CCS 15 102 26.7 9.5 None
48 M LC with HCC (HBV) LDLT with D-D CCS 13 102 25.7 8.8 None
63 F HF (drug-induced) LDLT with D-D Failure 107
33 M HF (HAV) LDLT with D-D CCS 5 33 26.7 10.4 None
61 M LC with HCC (HBV) LDLT with D-D CCS 4 14 25.4 96.9 None
54 M LC with HCC (HBV) LDLT with D-D CCS 9 181 7.3 4.9 None
52 M LC (HBV) LDLT with D-D CCS 1 153 indwelling N/A None
51 M LC (HBV) LDLT with D-D Failure 5
Perez-Miranda et al. [24] 53 M N/A Orthotopic LT with D-D CCS 36 10 Indwelling N/A None
Present case 54 F LC (PSC) LDLT of left lobe with R-Y CDS 60 25 44 4 None
  1. CCS choledochocholedochostomy, CDS choledochoduodenostomy, CJS choledochojejunostomy, ESWL extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy, D-D duct-to-duct anastomosis, F female, HAV hepatitis type A virus, HBV hepatitis type B virus, HCC hepatocellular carcinoma, HF hepatic failure, LC liver cirrhosis, LDLT living donor liver transplantation, LT liver transplantation, M male, N/A not addressed, PSC primary sclerosing cholangitis, R-Y Roux-en Y anastomosis