LA SPHINCTEROTOMIE PAR VOIE ENDOSCOPIQUE DANS LE TRAITEMENT DE LA LITHIASE BILIAIRE

Translated title of the contribution: Endoscopic sphincterotomy in the treatment of biliary lithiasis

Cl Liguory, J. Coffin -Ch., L. Familiari, G. Di Matteo

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Abstract

Endoscopic sphincterotomy (ES) was proposed in 323 patients with a stone in the bile duct: 116 residual lithiases, 163 choledocal lithiases with (160) or without (3) a stone-containing gallbladder still present, and 44 residual lithiases in a drained bile duct. ES was successful in 309 cases out of 323 (95.6%) and the calculi were evacuated in 279 cases after sphincterotomy (90.3%). Immediate complications occurred in 9.4% of cases and were fatal in 1%; they were characterized particulary by hemorrhage. A retrospective comparison of the mortality following biliary surgery and endoscopic sphincterotomy was in favor of the latter. Out of 140 patients reviewed after ES, 130 were completely cured (93%).

Original languageFrench
Title of host publicationRevue de Medecine
Pages1191-1195
Number of pages5
Volume20
Edition22
Publication statusPublished - 1979

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Endoscopic Sphincterotomy
Lithiasis
Bile Ducts
Calculi
Therapeutics
Gallbladder
Hemorrhage
Mortality

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Liguory, C., Coffin -Ch., J., Familiari, L., & Di Matteo, G. (1979). LA SPHINCTEROTOMIE PAR VOIE ENDOSCOPIQUE DANS LE TRAITEMENT DE LA LITHIASE BILIAIRE. In Revue de Medecine (22 ed., Vol. 20, pp. 1191-1195)

LA SPHINCTEROTOMIE PAR VOIE ENDOSCOPIQUE DANS LE TRAITEMENT DE LA LITHIASE BILIAIRE. / Liguory, Cl; Coffin -Ch., J.; Familiari, L.; Di Matteo, G.

Revue de Medecine. Vol. 20 22. ed. 1979. p. 1191-1195.

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Liguory, C, Coffin -Ch., J, Familiari, L & Di Matteo, G 1979, LA SPHINCTEROTOMIE PAR VOIE ENDOSCOPIQUE DANS LE TRAITEMENT DE LA LITHIASE BILIAIRE. in Revue de Medecine. 22 edn, vol. 20, pp. 1191-1195.
Liguory C, Coffin -Ch. J, Familiari L, Di Matteo G. LA SPHINCTEROTOMIE PAR VOIE ENDOSCOPIQUE DANS LE TRAITEMENT DE LA LITHIASE BILIAIRE. In Revue de Medecine. 22 ed. Vol. 20. 1979. p. 1191-1195
Liguory, Cl ; Coffin -Ch., J. ; Familiari, L. ; Di Matteo, G. / LA SPHINCTEROTOMIE PAR VOIE ENDOSCOPIQUE DANS LE TRAITEMENT DE LA LITHIASE BILIAIRE. Revue de Medecine. Vol. 20 22. ed. 1979. pp. 1191-1195
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