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Fístula biliar secundaria a trauma hepático penetrante con conducta expectante en la "era" del tratamiento endoscópico: reporte clínico

Armenta-Duran, Eduardo; Enríquez-Domínguez, Lenin; Díaz-Rosales, Juan de Dios; Duarte-Erives, Ever;
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  • Published: 01 Aug 2013
  • Publisher: Universidad Industrial de Santander
Abstract
Objective: to report a clinical case of bile fistula after penetrating hepatic trauma given its low incidence, which was expectant managed by not having endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography. Clinical case: we present a 28 years-old man, with biliary fistula resulting after a penetrating hepatic trauma. Discussion: bile leakage is a major complication after liver surgery and a rare one in complication of major hepatic trauma. Conventional treatment has consisted of surgical intervention with hepatic debridement, ductal repair, controlled drainage and ERCP when available. Conclusion: biliary fistula was treated successfully with conservative management, ...
Subjects
free text keywords: Wounds, Gunshot, Wounds and injuries, Biliary fistula, Heridas por arma de fuego, Heridas y traumatismos, Fístula biliar

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