Vol. 5, Issue 1 (2019)
Evaluation of biliary leakage in patient’s undergone cholecystectomy
Author(s): Dr. Supriya Sharma, Dr. Gaurav Pandey
Abstract: Cystic duct and accessory bile duct leaks are generally treated easily without a problem. Stricture development after endoscopic treatment of main bile duct leaks, even in patients without stricture at the beginning, is a remarkable point. Hence from the above findings the present study was planned to share endoscopic experience of tertiary care centre for diagnosis and treatment of biliary leakages after cholecystectomy. The present study was planned in. Career Institute of Medical Sciences and Hospital, Lucknow. The total 30 patients referred in-patient department (IPD) were enrolled into the present study. The aim and the objective of the study were conveyed to patients. The ages of the patients are from 20-60 years. Approval of the Institutional ethical committee was taken before the conduct of the study. Patients diagnosed as symptomatic bile leak based on history, physical examination, ultrasonography of abdomen were included in the study. Hence from the above generated data it can be concluded that the tendency of early cholecystectomy in acute cholecystitis, and an increase in the number of laparoscopic procedures in the future, it is possible to expect a lot of patients with biliary leakage. These results could be also applied to all patients with biliary leakage. Minor bile duct injuries can be managed successfully with endoscopic and stenting.
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