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      Hemangioma capilar como causa de colestasis extrahepática: Reporte de caso Translated title: Capillary hemangioma as cause of extrahepatic cholestasis: case report

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          Introducción: El hemangioma capilar es una patología epitelial benigna que se presenta usualmente en la piel, sin embargo también puede presentarse en mucosas, hasta el momento en la literatura revisada no hay reportes de hemangiomas capilares como causa de colestasis extrahepáticas. Pacientes y métodos: Se reporta el caso de un paciente femenino de 35 años con clínica de colestasis extrahepática sin evidencias de lesiones ocupantes de la luz de las vías biliares, se le realiza duodenoscopia donde se evidencia lesión de aspecto adenomatoso a nivel de la papila de Vater, la cual es resecada. Resultados: El reporte anatomopatológico concluye la lesión como un hemangioma capilar. Conclusiones: En vista de que en la literatura no se encuentran reportes de hemangiomas capilares como etiologías de colestasis se decide reportar dicho hallazgo.

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          Introduction: The capillary hemangioma is a benign epithelial disease usually occurs in the skin, but can also occur in mucous membranes, so far in the literature there are no reports of capillary hemangiomas as a cause of extrahepatic cholestasis. Patients and methods: We report the case of a female patient 35 years old, with clinical signs of extrahepatic cholestasis and no evidence of occupying lesions of the bile ducts, duodenoscopy was performed which revealed a lesion of adenomatous aspect of the papilla of Vater, which is resected and sent to pathology. Outcomes: The report from pathology was of a capillary hemangioma.Conclusions: Since in the literature are no reports of capillary hemangiomas as etiologies of cholestasis is decided to report this finding.

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                Sociedad Venezolana de Gastroentereología (Caracas )
                0016-3503
                June 2012
                : 66
                : 2
                : 130-132
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                [1 ] Universidad de Los Andes Venezuela
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                S0016-35032012000200012
                4e57dd89-65d0-4e2d-addf-0cfbb71ccdd7

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                Extrahepatic cholestasis,Capillary Hemangioma,Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatography,Colestasis extrahepática,Hemangioma capilar,Colangiopancreatografia retrograda endoscópica

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