Background and Aims
Abbreviations:ETP-GBD (endoscopic transpapillary gallbladder drainage), EUS-GBD (EUS-guided gallbladder drainage), PT-GBD (percutaneous cholecystostomy), RR (relative risk)
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DISCLOSURE: The following authors disclosed financial relationships: J.H. Hwang: Consultant for Olympus, Medtronic, Boston Scientific, US Endoscopy, and Micro-Tech. A.Y.B. Teoh: Consultant for Boston Scientific, Cook, Taewoong, and Microtech. All other authors disclosed no financial relationships.
See CME section; p. 976.
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