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Mariano E Giménez, Mariano Palermo, Eduardo Houghton, Pablo Acquafresca, Caetano Finger, Juan M Verde, Jorge Cardoso Cúneo
BACKGROUND: Once a biliary injury has occurred, repair is done by a hepaticojejunostomy. The most common procedure is to perform a dilatation with balloon with a success of 70 %. Success rates range using biodegradable stents is from 85% to 95%. Biodegradable biliary stents should change the treatment of this complication. AIM: To investigate the use of biodegradable stents in a group of patients with hepaticojejunonostomy strictures. METHODS: In a prospective study 16 biodegradable stents were placed in 13 patients with hepaticojejunostomy strictures secondary to bile duct repair of a biliary surgical injury...
April 2016: Arquivos Brasileiros de Cirurgia Digestiva: ABCD, Brazilian Archives of Digestive Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/25194225/-temporary-replacement-of-the-common-biliary-duct-by-a-silicone-tube-as-an-urgent-repair-of-iatrogenic-injury-experimental-study-in-pigs
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Daniel A Napolitano, Xavier Rodríguez Bertola, Gabriela M Sambuelli, Luis H Vial, Daniel A Torrecillas
Surgery of the biliary tract is complex, and its volume has increased with iatrogenic injuries and living donor transplantation. The aim of this study was to analyze if the common duct can be temporarily replaced. We used nine 18-20 kg pigs. They were operated on, and their bile duct was replaced by a 100% silicone tube. All pigs underwent laboratory tests, magnetic resonance imaging, intraoperative ultrasound, cholangiography and biliar manometry with pathological biopsy examination within 60 days from the initial surgery...
March 2015: Cirugía Española
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/20298660/biliary-tract-injuries-during-laparoscopic-cholecystectomy-three-case-reports-and-literature-review
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D Parmeggiani, G Cimmino, D Cerbone, N Avenia, R Ruggero, A Gubitosi, G Docimo, S Mordente, C Misso, U Parmeggiani
INTRODUCTION: Biliary tract injuries (BTI) represent the most serious and potentially life-threatening complication of cholecystectomy. During open cholecystectomies (OC), the prevalence of bile duct injuries has been estimated at only 0.1-0.2%. We report 3 cases of BTI during laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC). CASE 1: Ascalesi Hospital, Naples 2003-2007, 875 LC (BTI 0,11%). During the dissection of triangle of Calot a partial resection of biliary common duct was made. Immediately the lesion was evident and sheltered in laparoscopy, suturing with a spin reabsorbable, without biliar drainage...
January 2010: Il Giornale di Chirurgia
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/18792669/-hepatic-anatomophatologic-injuries-by-extrahepatic-biliar-tract-obstruction-in-mice
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H Juárez Olguín, J L Figueroa Hernández, E Sandoval Ramírez, F Villalobos Romero, M Tena Suck, D Calderón Guzmán
UNLABELLED: The aim is to evaluate the liver damage due to an experimental animal model based in the temporal obstruction of biliar extrahepatic duct and determine the relation between obstruction and severity of damage through time. METHODS: We used 20 adults male mice going from 25 to 35 g weight, previous to general anesthesia, a surgical incision was applied and biliar duct were localized and tied using linen cloth. Six animals were sacrificed each time at 1, 7 and 15 days of treatment, the hepatic, lung, kidney, hearth and brain were obtained for histopatologic analysis using optic microscope...
January 2008: Revista de Gastroenterología de México
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/3255280/-treatment-of-cicatricial-stenosis-of-the-proximal-common-hepatic-duct-study-of-11-cases
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M B Speranzini, W Mittelstaedt, C Deutsch, J C Cunha, J Waisberg
Eleven patients with cicatricial stenosis in the junction area of hepatic ducts were evaluated. In all patients the injury occurred during cholescystectomy and no operative cholangiography was performed. In 3 patients the injury was recognized during the initial cholecistectomy. Ten patients had been operated on at least one time to correct the injury in other Services. Four cases had duct or peritoneal drainage. There was an attempt of reanastomosis in two cases. Five patients had a bilio-digestive anastomosis performed in variable occasions...
July 1988: Arquivos de Gastroenterologia
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