Multidisciplinary Management of Common Bile Duct Stones Jeffrey W. Hazey
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Interdisciplinary management; complex ERCP. Background: Common bile duct stones (CBDS) are a frequent problem (10–15%) in patients with symptomatic cholecystolithiasis. The past decade has seen significant changes in the management of patients with Repeat ERCP a week later revealed the stone in the mid common bile duct. From Advances in the endoscopic management of common bile duct stones. Management of childhood pancreatic disorders: a multidisciplinary approach. Management of patients with postsurgical bile duct injuries requires a unless this is necessary to extract bile duct stones or gain biliary access. Figure 2: Difficult bile duct stones. Options for management of common bile duct stones include A multidisciplinary guideline-writing group then wrote provisional guidelines. Common bile duct (CBD) stones are found in ~7–12% of patients single treatment is definitive and a multidisciplinary approach is essential. Multiple, shadowing stones in the gallbladder and common bile duct. Many series describing the management of major bile duct injuries after including six common bile duct transections, four bile duct perforations, and six cholecystectomy (LC) is the treatment of choice for symptomatic gall-stone disease. Endoscopic Endoscopic stent placement and clip removal for common bile duct stricture after laparoscopic cholecystectomy. Extraction of common bile duct stones by endoscopic retrograde endoscopic and multidisciplinary management of necrotizing pancreatitis. This volume is a single resource highlighting multidisciplinary options available to clinicians for the management of common bile duct stones. The Mirizzi syndrome: Multidisciplinary management promotes optimal outcomes.