Antiperistaltic Roux-en-Y Biliary-Enteric Bypass after Bile Duct Injury: A Technical Error in Reconstruction

Zorn III, George L.; Wright, J. Kelly; Pinson, C. Wright; Debelak, Jacob P.; Chapman, William C.
June 1999
American Surgeon;Jun1999, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p581
Academic Journal
Reports two cases of patients with recurrent cholangitis that developed complications resulting from a technical error in attempts at Roux-en-Y biliary reconstruction. Aim of the report; Basic tenets important for successful major biliary reconstruction; Implications of the biliary reconstruction error.


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