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World J Gastroenterol. Jul 14, 2016; 22(26): 5909-5916
Published online Jul 14, 2016. doi: 10.3748/wjg.v22.i26.5909
Table 3 Post-endoscopic retrograde cholangio-pancreatography pancreatitis rates after endoscopic papillary large-balloon dilatation without preceding endoscopic sphincterotomy
Ref.Study designYearTotal patientsSignificance compared to the control
Percentage of PEP
Mean balloon size (mm)Maximum pressureMean ballooning time (s)Dilatation speed
Therapuetic successML usePEP rateEPLBD aloneEST alone
Minakari et al[42]RCT2013160-NM-11.28.715.0Size of stones60NM
Kim et al[43]R2013223---10.96.815.6Waist disappear38With caution
Hwang et al[44]R2013131---6.54.315.9Size of stones60Gradually
Li et al[45]R2015109---6.34.914.2Size of stones60Gradually
Oh et al[46]RCT201283--- disappear31Gradually
Omuta et al[47]Pros201541N/AN/AN/A4.9N/A10-20Size of stones0Gradually
Kogure et al[48]Pros201442---4.07.0114.0Waist disappear15-60Gradually
Jeong et al[49]R200938N/AN/AN/A2.6N/A15.5Waist disappear53Gradually
Chan et al[50]R2011247N/AN/AN/A0.8N/A13.2Size of stones282NM
Lin et al[51]RCT2004104---008-12Size of stones300NM