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Jing Kong, Shuo-Dong Wu, Guo-Zhe Xian, Su Yang
BACKGROUND: This study was designed to review the experience of this department with the treatment of post-common bile duct exploration residual stones using choledochoscopy and to analyze the complications of choledochoscopy and explore effective methods of prevention. METHODS: A choledochoscope (PENTAX fibercholedochoscope and electronic choledochoscope PENTAX ECN-1530) was used. A total of 2,882 postoperative percutaneous choledochoscopy (POC) sessions were performed on 986 patients with residual bile duct stones from 1980 to 2008 (408 men, 578 women; ages range, 21-82 years)...
March 2010: World Journal of Surgery
Shou-Quan Feng, Cheng-Gang Zhang, Zhen-Yu Zhao, Sheng-Hua Zhang
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September 2006: Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Xue Bao, Journal of Chinese Integrative Medicine
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