Report of a case of severe mechanical joundice -Successfully treated by jejuno-hepatic ducts anastomoses
Jejuno hepatic ducts anastomoses were successfully performed by carefull managements. Because of dense adhesion at hilus of liver, around the gall bladder and choledocus, dissection of common duct, cystic duct, hepatic ducts and even gall bladder was very difficult anatomically. Resecting a inflammatory granulative tumor, including gall bladder, choledocus, lesser omentum and hepatocluodenal ligament en mass, we found that only very short hepatic ducts with inflammatory granulation tissue were remained open. Reconstruction of biliary passages was done using Roux. Y. method with loop jejunum. It needed very carefull procedure to avoid suture failure, ascending infection (cholangitis) and postoperative stenoses at the site of the anastomoses. The anastomoses were performed using atraumatic 3-0 Tefdek ; interrupted and each big bite of duct wall together with surrounding thickend granulative tissue, in order to keep capillary blood supply effective and to minimize the anastomotic trauma which were very important for wound healing. Patient is healthy, enjoying his normal life and his liver function tests are within normal range, 1 1/2 years postoperatively.
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Papers of the Institute for Thermal Spring Research, Okayama University
Institute for Thermal Spring Research, Okayama University
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