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      Die obligate intraoperative Cholangiographie bei der laparoskopischen Cholezystektomie – Erfahrungen nach 1500 Operationen

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      Visceral Medicine
      S. Karger AG
      Laparoskopische Cholezystektomie, Intraoperative Cholangiographie, Gallenwegsverletzung

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          Die iatrogene Gallenwegsverletzung stellt trotz zunehmender Erfahrung ein schwerwiegendes Risiko der laparoskopischen Cholezystektomie dar. Zur Erhöhung der Patientensicherheit führten wir daher die obligate intraoperative Cholangiographie ein und konnten dadurch die Röntgenquote von vorher 28% auf 97,4% bei den letzten 1500 Operationen steigern. Trotz dieser Maβnahmen sank die durchschnittliche Operationsdauer von 56 auf 40 min. Gleichzeitig konnten wir die Rate an Gallenwegsläsionen von 1,5 auf 0,3% reduzieren. Eine vorher nicht bekannte Choledocholithiasis wurde in 4,4% der Fälle entdeckt und durch postoperative endoskopische retrograde Cholangiographie behandelt.

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          Journal
          CGA
          VIS
          10.1159/issn.2297-4725
          Visceral Medicine
          S. Karger AG
          978-3-8055-6455-7
          978-3-318-01813-4
          2297-4725
          2297-475X
          1996
          1996
          23 December 2008
          : 12
          : Suppl 2
          : 17-20
          Affiliations
          Allgemeinchirurgische Abteilung, St. Vincenz- und Elisabeth-Hospital, Mainz
          Article
          190021 Chir Gastroenterol 1996;12:17–20
          10.1159/000190021
          b9795b9a-d6e1-4d6e-9ecc-67023e035649
          © 1996 S. Karger AG, Basel

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          Oncology & Radiotherapy,Gastroenterology & Hepatology,Surgery,Nutrition & Dietetics,Internal medicine
          Laparoskopische Cholezystektomie,Gallenwegsverletzung,Intraoperative Cholangiographie

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