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Management of right accessory hepatic duct injury during laparoscopic cholecystectomy
Pages: 25-27
Year: Issue:  32
Journal: Chinese Journal of Postgraduates of Medicine

Keyword:  CholecystectomylaparoscopicIntraoperative complicationsWounds and injuries;
Abstract: Objective To summarize the experience in diagnosis,prention and management of right accessory hepatic duct(AHD)injury during laparoscopic cholecystectomy(LC).Method The clini-cal data of 8 patients with AHD injury during LC diagnosed and managed retrospectively analyzed. Results Of the 8 patients, 5 patients were found during LC,3 patients were found after LC.Management were ad follow:5 patients with the diameter of the AHD smaller than 3.0 mm were ligated,1 patient with the diameter of 5.0 mm were reconstructed,1 patient with the diameter of 3.0 mm,but the AHD connected with other bile duct in vicinal epaticlobes,were ligated.These 7 patients,with the injured AHD ligated or re-constructed,were followed up for 6 months to 5 years and showed good results.The another who did not be found during LC and not be managed appropriately,arose serious bile leakage and infection for a long time,underwent drainage operations for 3 times,cured after haft year.No death in all patients.Conclusions Correct operative rules should be obeyed strictly in LC,and keep the exist of AHD under close guard,if AHD injury occurred,LC should turn to open surgery immediately,early finding of the injury and managing appropriately is the key to achieve successful result.
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