By Ronald S. Chamberlain
Albert Einstein university of medication, manhattan urban, new york. Pocket technical guide offers a method through combining services, adventure, and opinion on operative tactics and interventions. includes halftone illustrations and pictures. for college kids, citizens, surgeons, and gastroenterologists. Wire-spiral binding. DNLM:Liver Diseases--surgery.
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The complication rate of percutaneous stone extraction is somewhat higher that endoscopic stone removal and approaches 10%. As with endoscopic methods, bleeding, pancreatitis, and cholangitis are the most common problems encountered. The success rate of the percutaneous techniques should be better than 90%, limited primarily by anatomic abnormalities. Specific Clinical Problems Cholangitis and Sepsis Cholangitis and sepsis are the result of a bacterial infection in an obstructed bile duct. This condition is most commonly caused by common bile duct stones but may rarely be secondary to either benign or malignant bile duct strictures, especially if the biliary system has been previously instrumented.
Patients identified as having a medium risk of a common bile duct stone create a clinical dilemma. Some have suggested routine intravenous cholangiography and selective ERCP in these patients. These issues may also be resolved based on the skills of the endoscopists and surgeons at each institution. A patient with a history of mild pancreatitis, normal liver function studies, and no evidence of common bile duct stones on noninvasive imaging should not routinely have a preoperative ERCP. Endoscopic Management of Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Disorders 41 Selected Reading 1.
2G. Early phase image in the lower liver demonstrating a metastasis in Segment VI. Interventional Radiology in Hepatobiliary Surgery 51 4 Fig. 2H. Middle phase image in the lower liver demonstrating a metastasis in Segment VI. Fig. 2I. Late phase image in the lower liver demonstrating a metastasis in Segment VI. 52 Hepatobiliary Surgery Technique PC may be performed under ultrasound or CT guidance or even at the bedside in patients too ill to be transported to the interventional suite. In most cases of acalculous cholecystitis, thick dark bile is aspirated at the time of drainage.
Hepatobiliary Surgery by Ronald S. Chamberlain