Modern Concepts In Nonsurgical Management Of Traumatic Biliary Fistulas

Title

Modern Concepts In Nonsurgical Management Of Traumatic Biliary Fistulas

Creator

Horattas M C; Lewis R D; Fenton A H; Awender H M

Publisher

Journal of Trauma-Injury Infection and Critical Care

Date

1994
1994-02

Description

The management of traumatic biliary fistulas is controversial. New ideas in nonsurgical treatment have recently evolved, in part because of the rapid advancement of laporoscopic surgery. Three major concepts are important in managing biliary fistulas: diagnosis, drainage, and decompression. These concepts were applied to a trauma patient, then reviewed in detail.

Subject

bile fistulas; biloma; drainage; ercp; General & Internal Medicine; stents; Surgery

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Rights

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Pages

186-189

Issue

2

Volume

36

Citation

Horattas M C; Lewis R D; Fenton A H; Awender H M, “Modern Concepts In Nonsurgical Management Of Traumatic Biliary Fistulas,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed May 9, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/10230.

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