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Treatment Of Biliary Complications After Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy

A. Nordin, J. Grönroos, H. Mäkisalo
Published 2011 · Medicine

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The incidence of iatrogenic bile duct injury remains high despite increased awareness of the problem. This major complication following laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC) has a significant impact on patient's well-being and even survival despite seemingly adequate therapy. The management of bile duct injury (BDI) includes education to avoid the insult, proper and early diagnosis and preferably early treatment. It is of utmost importance to involve experienced hepatobiliary surgeon early enough to perform corrective reconstruction or to plan other therapies with a multidisciplinary team including interventional radiologist and advanced endoscopist. The selection of correct therapy at the earliest possible phase has significant effect on patient outcome. The treatment options are surgery and endoscopy, either immediately or delayed. By constant and continuous analysis of the problem and information to the surgical community it should be possible to decrease the prevalence of iatrogenic BDI and even to avoid it.
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