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Table. 2.

Studies that Have Analyzed Bilateral Metallic Stenting of Malignant Hilar Obstruction

Study Bilateral method Type of stent Technical success Clinical success Revision rate Stent patencyb Survivalb
Lee et al. (2007)28 SIS Niti-S 8/10 (80.0) 8/8 (100) 2/8 (25.0), 1/2 (50.0)a 217 N/A
Park et al. (2009)23 SIS Bona M-Hilar 33/35 (94.3) 33/33 (100) 2/33 (6.0) 150 180
Kim et al. (2009)58 SIS Niti-S, Zilver 29/34 (85.3) 29/29 (100) 9/29 (31.0), 4/9 (44.4)a 186 239
Chahal et al. (2010)26 SIS Wallstent, Zilver, Flexxus 21/21 (100) N/A 8/21 (38.0), 8/8 (100)a 189 N/A
Kawamoto et al. (2007)27 SIS JOSTENT SelfX 9/9 (100) 100 3/9 (33.0) 7.1 m (mean) 7.5 m (mean)
Hwang et al. (2011)59 SIS Y-type Niti-S 26/30 (86.7) 26/26 (100) 24/78 (30.8) 140 176
Lee et al. (2013)52 SIS Bona M-Hilar 80/84 (95.2) 78/84 (92.9) 24/78 (30.8) 238 256
Dumas et al. (2000)56 SBS Wallstent 33/45 (73.3) 33/33 (100) 1/33 (3.0) N/A N/A
Cheng et al. (2002)55 SBS Wallstent 35/36 (97.0) (bilateral 9) N/A 11/35 (31.0) 169 147
Chennat and Waxman (2010)57 SBS Zilver 16/16 (100) (bilateral 10) 11/16 (75.0) 4/16 (25.0), 1/4 (25.0)a 130 N/A
Lee et al. (2013)53 SBS Bona M-Hilar 40/44 (90.9) 39/40 (97.5) 18/40 (45.0), 12/13 (92.3)a 157 180

Values are presented the number/number (%).

SIS, stent-in-stent; SBS, stent-by-stent; N/A, not available.

aSuccess rate of endoscopic revision; bDay (median).

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