Aberrant Subvesical Bile Ducts Identified During Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy: A Rare Case Report And Review Of The Literature
Theodoros Mariolis–Sapsakos, Maria Zarokosta, Menelaos Zoulamoglou, Theodoros Piperos, Ioannis K Papapanagiotou, Markos Sgantzos, Konstantinos Birbas, Ioannis G. Kaklamanos
Published 2017 · Medicine
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Highlights • Aberrant subvesical bile ducts are a rare anatomical variation defined as a network of bile ducts located in the peri-hepatic tissue of the gallbladder fossa.• Their injury is almost inevitable and it leads to bile leakage, which is a life-threatening complication of laparoscopic cholecystectomy.• Meticulous operative technique and detailed exposure of the operative field is the cornerstone of a safe laparoscopic cholecystectomy, when surgeons encounter this rare anatomical variation.
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