IHD

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AcronymDefinition
IHDIschemic Heart Disease
IHDIn-Home Display (utility information device)
IHDInstitute for Human Development (various locations)
IHDInternal Hard Drive
IHDIntegrated Help Desk
IHDin House Developed
IHDIntermittent Hemodialysis
IHDInternational Hydrological Decade
IHDInsan Haklari Dernegi (Turkish: Human Rights Association)
IHDIntramural Hematoma of the Esophagus
IHDInvestigations and Hearings Division (US FCC)
IHDIntense Hurricane Days
IHDInternational Help to the Disabled
IHDIndex of Hydrogen Deficiency
IHDIrregular Heartbeat Detector
IHDIntrahepatic Duct (bile duct within the liver)
IHDIn Home Devices
IHDIn-Home Detention (corrections)
IHDInstitute for Health & Disability
IHDIntra Hepatic Duct(s)
IHDInternal Help Desk
IHDIn-Home Date (postal term)
IHDImplantable Hearing Device
IHDInnovative Health Diagnostics (Strasbourg, France)
IHDIntegrated Handheld Device
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The strictures of three cases were treated after removing combined intrahepatic duct stones, and the other two were not accompanied by stones.
Expanding indication: EUS-guided hepaticoduodenostomy for isolated right intrahepatic duct obstruction (with video).
Imaging features suggestive of PSC are multifocal intrahepatic duct involvement with beaded pattern secondary to short segmental strictures, whereas IgG4-SC has prominent wall thickening in the bile duct [10].
Hjortsjo, "The topography of the intrahepatic duct systems," Acta anatomica, vol.
Her abdominal Computed Tomography (CT) scans with contrast showed acute edematous interstitial pancreatitis with enlarged common bile duct and intrahepatic duct without any calculus or discrete obstruction (Figure 1).
The recognition of this entity is facilitated by examining the left portal vein, left hepatic vein and left bile duct with no right side abnormality or intrahepatic duct dilation.
Studies have shown that the classical Wnt/[beta]-catenin signal pathway plays an important role in the development of the pancreas and intrahepatic duct (4,5).
Furthermore, they suggested that if the initial CBD size was 3-4 mm with no intrahepatic duct dilatation, ultrasound follow-up every 6 months should be done and full investigations should be arranged for any increase in size or if intrahepatic duct dilatation was seen [3].
The exclusion criteria for this study were the following:2 (1) bleeding tendency with INR greater than 1.5 (2) platelet count less than 50A-109/L (3) anticoagulation therapy within 72 h of the procedure (4) bilio-colic fistula (5) stone size greater than 50 mm (6) acute cholecystitis (7) acute pancreatitis (8) cholangitis (9) intrahepatic duct stones (10) pancreatobiliary malignancy and (11) surgical history involving the biliary tree (not including the gall bladder) or gastrointestinal tract such as the stomach or small bowel which can alter the papillary location.
Endoscopic retrograde cholangio-pancreaticography (ERCP) and stent placement accompanied by external drainage of bile collections is the preferred treatment modality for intrahepatic duct injuries or small extrahepatic duct leaks.
Type 5: Accessory right segmental intrahepatic duct drains directly into the CHD.