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Laparoscopy Reveals a Diversity of Peritoneal Change in Patients with Long-Term Vintage of Peritoneal Dialysis.

Tytuł :
Laparoscopy Reveals a Diversity of Peritoneal Change in Patients with Long-Term Vintage of Peritoneal Dialysis.
Autorzy :
Koichi Sasaki
Hitoshi Mizuno
Noriyuki Iwamoto
Masami Imakita
Keiko Yasuda
Tomonori Kimura
Hiromi Rakugi
Yoshitaka Isaka
Terumasa Hayashi
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Temat :
LAPAROSCOPY
PERITONEAL dialysis
ENCAPSULATION (Catalysis)
MICROCIRCULATION disorders
LAPAROSCOPIC surgery
PATIENTS
Źródło :
Blood Purification; 2016, Vol. 41 Issue 1-3, p48-54, 7p
Czasopismo naukowe
Background: Although laparoscopy may provide more detailed morphological and histological information about peritoneal damage, its significance in patients with long vintage of peritoneal dialysis (PD) is not elucidated. Methods: Findings in 12 patients with PD vintage of 7.3 (5.0-8.4) years who had undergone laparoscopy between 2007 and 2011 were reviewed. Macroscopic (peritoneal change, hypervascular change, adhesion, encapsulation) and histopathological peritoneal findings (interstitial fibrosis, microvascular change, fibrin deposition, inflammatory cell infiltration) were scored and summed as Macro-total score (Macro-TS) and Micro-total score (Micro-TS), respectively. Factors associated with these scores and the relationship between these scores were investigated. Results: Neither Macro-TS nor Micro-TS were related to PD vintage (p = 0.069 and p = 0.769, respectively); moreover, Macro-TS varied from patient to patient regardless of similar PD vintage. However, Macro-TS showed a significant association with duration of acidic dialysate (p = 0.003). Conclusion: Macroscopic and microscopic findings via laparoscopy may help the assessment of peritoneal damage in patients with long PD vintage. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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