Advanced Biliary Procedures
The comprehensive management of gallbladder disease includes not only understanding the principles of safe cholecystectomy, intraoperative cholangiography, and bile duct exploration but also the familiarity of the current endoscopic and surgical therapies for the known associated morbidities and special scenarios. In this chapter, we will review several advanced biliary procedures including both endoscopic and minimally invasive surgical bilioenteric anastomoses as well as transduodenal sphincteroplasty with contemporary approaches, indications, technical description, and existing supportive evidence.
KeywordsBiliary bypass Hepaticojejunostomy Endoscopic biliary decompression Sphincteroplasty
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