TITLE

Endoscopic Biliary Sphincterotomy Is Not Required for Transpapillary SEMS Placement for Biliary Obstruction

AUTHOR(S)
Banerjee, Nikhil; Hilden, Kristen; Baron, Todd; Adler, Douglas
PUB. DATE
February 2011
SOURCE
Digestive Diseases & Sciences;Feb2011, Vol. 56 Issue 2, p591
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Background: Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography with biliary self-expanding metal stent placement is the preferred method of providing biliary drainage for pancreaticobiliary malignancies. Some endoscopists routinely perform biliary sphincterotomy to facilitate biliary stent placement and potentially minimize pancreatitis with transpapillary self-expanding metal stent placement. Aims: Our hypothesis was that biliary sphincterotomy has no effect on the success rate of transpapillary self-expanding metal stent placement and increases procedure-related complications. Methods: In a retrospective analysis, outcomes of two groups were compared: (1) self-expanding metal stent placement without biliary sphincterotomy, (2) self-expanding metal stent placement with biliary sphincterotomy during the same procedure. Complications and stent patency rates were evaluated. Results: There were 104 subjects included in the study. Post-sphincterotomy bleeding ( p = 0.001) was associated with biliary sphincterotomy performed immediately prior to self-expanding metal stent placement. Importantly, self-expanding metal stent placement without biliary sphincterotomy was always technically successful and self-expanding metal stent placement without biliary sphincterotomy was not associated with pancreatitis. Conclusions: Patients who undergo biliary sphincterotomy during transpapillary self-expanding metal stent placement experience more immediate complications than those who do not. Biliary sphincterotomy was not associated with longer stent patency. Self-expanding metal stent placement without a biliary sphincterotomy was not associated with pancreatitis regardless of the type of self-expanding metal stent used (covered or uncovered). Of the patients without a biliary sphincterotomy, 100% had successful stent placement, further arguing against its use in this setting.
ACCESSION #
57580443

 

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