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[The pill and biliary lithiasis].

Medecine & chirurgie digestives

Poupon R, Darnis F.
PMID: 1018540
Med Chir Dig. 1976;5(8):413-5.

No abstract available.

Clofibrate therapy and gallstone induction.

The American journal of digestive diseases

Bateson MC, Maclean D, Ross PE, Bouchier IA.
PMID: 685927
Am J Dig Dis. 1978 Jul;23(7):623-8. doi: 10.1007/BF01072597.

No abstract available.

[Hepatobiliary complications of estrogen therapy].

La Revue du praticien

Darnis F, Poupon R.
PMID: 472625
Rev Prat. 1979 Apr 11;29(21):1783-4, 1787-9.

No abstract available.

Gallstones during octreotide therapy.

Metabolism: clinical and experimental

Dowling RH, Hussaini SH, Murphy GM, Besser GM, Wass JA.
PMID: 1355588
Metabolism. 1992 Sep;41(9):22-33. doi: 10.1016/0026-0495(92)90027-8.

Gallbladder stones (GBS) are found in up to 50% of patients receiving octreotide, but the reported prevalence of cholecystolithiasis in patients treated with octreotide is variable and little is known about gallstone incidence, composition, pathogenetic mechanisms, dissolvability, and primary...

Estrogen-induced gallstones in males.


Sweeting J.
PMID: 2298380
Gastroenterology. 1990 Mar;98(3):800-1. doi: 10.1016/0016-5085(90)90309-o.

No abstract available.

Long-term efficacy and tolerability of octreotide treatment in acromegaly.

Metabolism: clinical and experimental

Christensen SE, Weeke J, Orskov H, Kaal A, Lund E, Jørgensen J, Harris AG.
PMID: 1518433
Metabolism. 1992 Sep;41(9):44-50. doi: 10.1016/0026-0495(92)90030-e.

Twenty-five acromegalic patients were studied during 6 years of treatment with octreotide, with a particular focus on the following parameters: (1) Administration schedule: in 10 patients, continuous subcutaneous (SC) octreotide infusion was compared with injections of octreotide at three...

[Role of ethinyl estradiol in gallstone formation and its prevention by Chinese herbal medicine].

Zhong xi yi jie he za zhi = Chinese journal of modern developments in traditional medicine

Yin XP, Wu XZ.
PMID: 3191548
Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Za Zhi. 1988 Apr;8(4):224, 198.

No abstract available.

Right upper quadrant calcification in a patient receiving long-term cholestyramine therapy for primary biliary cirrhosis.

The American journal of digestive diseases

Wells RF, Knepshield JH, Davis C.
PMID: 4951396
Am J Dig Dis. 1968 Jan;13(1):86-94. doi: 10.1007/BF02239213.

No abstract available.

Chronic cholecystitis and cholelithiasis: an experimental study.

The Indian journal of medical research

Raha PK, Sengupta KP, Aikat BK.
PMID: 4941377
Indian J Med Res. 1971 Jun;59(6):873-9.

No abstract available.

[Oral contraceptives and the liver].

Nederlands tijdschrift voor geneeskunde

de Pagter AG, van Berge Henegouwen GP, Brandt KH, Bronkhorst FB.
PMID: 450151
Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd. 1979 May 26;123(21):881-7.

No abstract available.

Letter: Contraceptives and gallstones.

The New England journal of medicine

Sartwell PE, Stolley PD.
PMID: 1264128
N Engl J Med. 1976 May 20;294(21):1186-7.

No abstract available.

Assessment of gall bladder dynamics, cholecystokinin release and the development of gallstones during octreotide therapy for acromegaly.

The Quarterly journal of medicine

Ewins DL, Javaid A, Coskeran PB, Shah S, Butler J, Deprez PH, Miell J, Calam J, Barrett JJ, Dawson JM.
PMID: 1631261
Q J Med. 1992 Apr;83(300):295-306.

The development of gallstones is a well recognized complication of therapy with the long-acting somatostatin analogue, octreotide in patients with acromegaly. A group of nine acromegalic patients was treated with octreotide at doses of 300-600 micrograms daily for 8...

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