5 edition of Benign strictures of bile ducts found in the catalog.
Benign strictures of bile ducts
GalК№perin, E. I.
|Statement||Edward I. Galperin, Nikolai F. Kuzovlev, and Suren R. Karagiulian ; edited by Suren R. Karagiulian ; edited by Suren R. Karagiulian ; translated by Vladimir Bobrov and Boris Meerovich ; foreword by Henry A. Pitt.|
|Contributions||Kuzovlev, Nikolai F., Karagiulian, Suren R.|
|LC Classifications||RD546 .G3513 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 345 p. :|
|Number of Pages||345|
|LC Control Number||87016939|
The bile backs up into the liver, causing obstructive jaundice. Strictures of the bile duct can be benign or malignant. Benign bile duct strictures — non-cancerous bile duct strictures occur when a bile duct is injured, such as damage to a duct during surgery for gallstones, trauma to the abdomen or disease such as chronic pancreatitis. A bile duct stricture is often caused by injury to the bile ducts during surgery. For example, it may occur after surgery to remove the gallbladder. Other causes of this condition include: Cancer of the bile duct, liver or pancreas; Damage and scarring due to a gallstone in the bile duct; Damage or scarring after gallbladder removal Pancreatitis.
A bile duct stricture is an abnormal narrowing of the common bile duct. This is a tube that moves bile from the liver to the small intestine. Bile is a substance that helps with digestion. A bile duct stricture is often caused by injury to the bile ducts during surgery. For example, it may occur after surgery to remove the gallbladder. Other. Hilar bile duct stricture should be treated surgically according to various etiological features and technical principles of biliary repair.  Etiology There are numerous causes of biliary duct strictures, including 1,2: malignant cholangiocarcinoma involvement by pancreatic head adenocarcinoma involvement by ampulla of Vater adenocarcinoma involvement by gallbladder.
Preoperative histological assessment using bile duct biopsy or aspiration cytology had a high specificity (90 per cent), low sensitivity (62 per cent) and unsatisfactory accuracy (63 per cent). Despite the increasing use of histological assessment, the incidence of benign strictures resected did not decrease over time, being 09 per cent in. Benign strictures develop due to damage to the bile ducts during surgery or trauma to the abdomen; a recurring condition, such as pancreatitis or bile duct stones; or a chronic disease, such as primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC). After the injury, an inflammatory response ensues, which is followed by fibrosis and narrowing of the bile duct lumen.
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Biliary stricture, also known as bile duct stricture, occurs when the bile duct gets smaller or narrower. The bile duct is the tube that takes bile from the liver to the small bowel.
Bile is a substance that helps in digestion of fatty food and excreting (getting rid of) harmful substances. A Method of Re-establishing Continuity between the Bile Ducts and the Gastro-Intestinal Tract.
Ann Surg. Apr; (4)– [PMC free article] BOREN JA, WALTERS W. Strictures of the bile ducts and their treatment. Proc Staff Meet Mayo Clin. Jun 15; 30 (12)– CATTELL RB. Reconstructive surgery of the common bile by: Endoscopic Management of Benign Bile Duct Strictures Gastrointest Endosc Clin N Am.
Apr;23(2) doi: / Authors Todd H Baron Sr 1, Tomas Davee. Affiliation 1 Mayo Clinic, Division of Cited by: The book presents an encyclopedic review of the subject of benign strictures of the bile ducts.
The writing throughout is somewhat wordy and nonobjective. The book begins in a rather unsophisticated way with a review of the terminology and classification of various types of bile duct : Robert E. Hermann. The most common cause of bile duct stricture is surgery of the gallbladder or biliary tree.
In the era of open surgery the incidence of bile duct injury following cholecystectomy was % to %1, 2 Since the introduction of laparoscopic cholecystectomy, the rate of bile duct injury has doubled. Several studies have published an injury rate of % to %.2, 3, 4 This rate of injury has.
The main etiology of bile duct strictures closely related to the liver is a malignancy (cancer). However, the differentiation of benign and malignant strictures is notoriously difficult. Seventy‐eight patients with benign bile duct stricture following cholecystectomy were referred for further management over an 8‐year period.
The majority (58 per cent) had multiple operations before referral. On presentation 90 per cent of patients had abnormal liver function tests, per cent a depressed serum albumin, 49 per cent a. This volume covers the pathophysiology, epidemiology, presentation, diagnosis, medical and surgical management of benign biliary stenosis.
The book is uniquely structured in a way that allows areas of controversy to be highlighted through the use of a two chapter format for each topic. PURPOSE: To retrospectively evaluate criteria for differentiating extrahepatic bile duct cholangiocarcinoma from benign cause of stricture at magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) and to compare diagnostic accuracy with this modality versus endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP).
MATERIALS AND METHODS: MRCP and ERCP images in 50. MB Management of benign biliary strictures should be aimed at achieving patency of the bile duct or preserving that patency in an attempt to minimize any short- or long-term complications such as infection with cholangitis or more chronic changes such as secondary biliary cirrhosis.
Traditionally, surgery has been used as a means to treat. [Surgery of benign strictures of the extrahepatic bile ducts] [Surgery of benign strictures of the extrahepatic bile ducts] Khirurgiia (Mosk). Jul;(7) [Article in Russian] Authors B R Mumladze, A M Tumanidi.
PMID: No abstract available. Publication types. Eighteen patients with recurrent benign biliary strictures (BBS) were selected for metallic stents placement because they failed to respond to percutaneous balloon dilatation.
None were candidates for surgical corrections. We used “Z” single or double stents in 17 cases and a Wallstent in 1 case.
After more than 3 years of follow-up (average period 37 months, range 30–41 months), Additional Physical Format: Online version: Galʹperin, Ė.
(Ėduard Izrailevich). Benign strictures of bile ducts. Madison, Conn.: International Universities. Bile duct stricture: Description, Causes and Risk Factors:ICDDC: KBile duct strictures are narrowed areas of the bile ducts that can be either benign or malignant (cancerous).People with bile duct strictures often experience symptoms including jaundice or pain, or have abnormal blood tests.
Symptoms of a Bile Duct Stricture. Bile ducts are small, about four to 10 millimeters, or 1/6th to slightly less than half an inch in diameter and can be easily blocked by scar tissue, a tumor or a stone.
Fortunately, a bile duct stricture is an uncommon occurrence. Strictures of the bile duct can be benign or malignant. Benign strictures develop when the bile ducts are injured in some way.
The injury may be a single acute event, such as damage to the bile ducts during surgery or trauma to the abdomen; a recurring condition, such as pancreatitis or bile duct stones; or a chronic disease, such as primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC).
A bile duct stricture is often caused by injury to the bile ducts during surgery. For example, it may occur after surgery to remove the gallbladder. Other causes of this condition include: Cancer of the bile duct, liver or pancreas Damage and scarring due to a gallstone in the bile duct.
In fact, stricture formation can be delayed beyond 5 years in up to one-third of cases. Possibility of cholangiocarcinoma should always be kept in mind while dealing with patients presenting with delayed biliary stricture.
Partial stricture leads to bile stasis in the proximal ducts predisposing to intrahepatic calculi formation. Kim et al. found that contrast-enhanced MRI combined with MRCP was highly accurate in differentiating benign from malignant strictures, with significant factors for malignancy including wall hyperenhancement, length >12 mm, wall thickness >3 mm, an indistinct outer margin, luminal irregularity, and asymmetry of the strictured bile duct.
Percutaneous treatment of benign bile duct strictures European Journal of Radiology, Vol. 62, No. 2 Systematic Appraisal of the Role of Metallic Endobiliary Stents in the Treatment of Benign Bile Duct Stricture.
Bile Duct Adenoma. Bile duct adenoma, also called benign cholangioma, is a benign and asymptomatic lesion that is typically discovered incidentally in imaging studies, surgery, or at autopsy (Kim et al, ).
Bile duct adenomas are usually small in size .Long-term follow-up after bilioenteric anastomosis for benign bile duct stricture. Ann Surg. ; (6); discussion (ISSN: ) Nealon WH; Urrutia F. OBJECTIVE: The authors provide a prospective evaluation of long-term results after bilioenteric anastomoses for benign biliary stricture.Hepaticojejunostomy in benign and malignant high bile duct stricture: Approaches to the left hepatic ducts.
L. H. Blumgart. Corresponding Author. Professor and Director of Surgery. Department of Surgery, Royal Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith Hospital, London, UK.