choledochal


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Related to choledochal: cholangitis
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choledochal

adj colédoco
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Despite the aforementioned modalities, many cases with the final diagnosis of primary hydatid cysts in the above-mentioned locations were operated with the impression of lymphangioma, choledochal, pancreatic, ovarian, mesenteric, and duplication cysts.
Abnormal development includes micro- and macro-anatomical anomalies in the structure of the hepatobiliary system caused during the fetal or early neonatal period, for example: biliary atresia, Alagille's syndrome, congenital liver fibrosis, choledochal cyst8-10.
Choledocholithiasis was verified and a large choledochal cyst (approximately 5 cm in size) stretching throughout the entire duodenal bend behind the head of the pancreas was found.
Counts of bacteria and pyocites of choledochal bile in controls and in patients with Gallstones or common bile duct stones with or without acute cholangitis.
There are interesting case reports about TAR syndrome, the association between choledochal cyst and pancreatitis, rhabdomyosarcoma.
Methods: In this retrospective study we have summarized the clinical course of six adult patients diagnosed with choledochal cysts during pregnancy.
Choledochal cysts are congenital bile duct anomalies which result in sharp shooting colicky pain and jaundice in the child and require complete excision.
Objectives: To determine the mode of presentation and commonest surgical procedures done for adult choledochal disease in a tertiary care hospital.
Some of these patients had additional anomalies such as partial or complete absence of the right side of the diaphragm, intestinal malrotation, or choledochal cyst.
In the West, the major risk factors for neoplasia involving bile ducts are primary sclerosing cholangitis, Thorotrast deposition, abnormal choledochopancreatic junction, and choledochal cyst.
To the Editor: A choledochal cyst is an uncommon congenital anomaly characterized by single or multiple dilatations of the biliary tree.
Development of bile duct cancer in a 26-year-old man after resection of infantile choledochal cyst.