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Vol. 6, Issue 3 (2017)

A research on the management of biliary tract injuries arising from cholecystectomy complications

Dr. Chopde Narendra Bhaskar Rao and Dr. IVN Kiranmaye
Objectives: To assess the frequency of injuries to the bile duct and other parts of the biliary system following cholecystectomy in our hospital, as well as the causes of these injuries and their management.
Methods: This Study Carried out between January 2016 to December 2016 at Department of Paediatrics, Mahavir Institute of Medical Sciences, Vikarabad, Telangana, India, who had an iatrogenic biliary tract injury underwent a prospective analysis.
Results: There was 2.52% of cases of bile duct injury. Most of the bile duct damage was often seen in patients undergoing cholecystectomy for cholecystitis that persisted for more than 72 hours. Cholangitis, acute cholecystitis, and choledocholithiasis were among the conditions that increased the risk of bile duct damage. After surgery, the majority of the injuries were found. Typically, the common hepatic duct was the location of injury. ERCP and stenting were two radiological procedures that helped with the final repair used in most BDI instances.
Conclusion: Bile duct injuries during cholecystectomy have been shown to occur more frequently in our institution due to the steep learning curve associated with laparoscopic surgery. A multidisciplinary approach, early discovery, and repair offer the best chance of recovery.
Pages: 185-189  |  26 Views  13 Downloads

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How to cite this article:
Dr. Chopde Narendra Bhaskar Rao, Dr. IVN Kiranmaye. A research on the management of biliary tract injuries arising from cholecystectomy complications. Pharma Innovation 2017;6(3):185-189.

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