Long-Term Survival and Course after "Longmire" Intrahepatic Cholangio-Jejunostomy

Ibrahim, Wagdi F.; Worth Jr., Melvin H.; Berliner, Leonard
December 1983
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Dec1983, Vol. 78 Issue 12, p818
Academic Journal
Describes two patients who are believed to be the longest survivors following the intrahepatic cholangio-jejunostomy presented by a group of researchers in 1948. African American woman who had an inadvertent transection of the common bile duct during a cholecystectomy in 1953; Caucasian woman who had a cholecystectomy performed in 1960 with inadvertent transection of the common bile duct.


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