Bile Duct : Functional Anatomy, Disease & Injury Classification & Surgical Management Hardback
Edited by Miguel Angel Mercado Diaz
The treatment of bile duct benign pathology demands a multidisciplinary approach, involving a team of both specialised physicians and solid infrastructure.
Radiologists, endoscopists, and surgeons are all involved in the treatment of these kinds of patients.
This statement is also true for the diagnosis and treatment of the catastrophic results of bile duct injury.
Cholecystectomy is one of the most common surgical procedures done either openly or through laparoscopy.
The presence of bile duct injury is one of its most severe complications.
The solution for this unfortunate event poses a technically demanding approach that involves an array of alternatives comprising surgical and radio-interventional procedures.
This book focuses on benign bile duct diseases, mainly related to iatrogenic bile duct injury.
The reader will find a complete and profound review of bile duct anatomy and function, a thorough explanation about the type of bile duct injuries and how to approach them, beautiful descriptions of both the surgical and radiological techniques used in the management of bile duct injuries, a compilation of the experience of a high-yield centre of this kind of diseases, and logical techniques to lower the incidence of these injuries.
This text is aimed at an audience composed of health care professionals involved in the integrative treatment of iatrogenic bile duct injuries.
In a world where the best medical evidence defines the most effective therapeutic alternative, this book focuses on giving a solid and broad enough basis upon which medical teams can approach this disease.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 239 pages
- Publisher: Nova Science Publishers Inc
- Publication Date: 01/12/2014
- Category: Physiology
- ISBN: 9781633217713