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Should the Duodenum Be “the Road Less Traveled” for Biliary Reconstruction?

Should the Duodenum Be “the Road Less Traveled” for Biliary Reconstruction? Use The Duodenum, It’s Right There Original Investigation Research REFERENCES 10. Santore MT, Behar BJ, Blinman TA, et al. 21. Tocchi A, Costa G, Lepre L, Liotta G, Mazzoni G, Hepaticoduodenostomy vs hepaticojejunostomy Sita A. The long-term outcome of 1. Von Winiwarter A; Bidder A, trans. Ein Fall von for reconstruction after resection of choledochal hepaticojejunostomy in the treatment of benign Gallenretention bedingt durch Impermeabilitat des cyst. J Pediatr Surg. 2011;46(1):209-213. bile duct strictures. Ann Surg. 1996;224(2):162-167. Ductus choledochus: Anlegung einer Gallenblasen-Darmfistel: Heilung. Zentralbl Chir. 11. Escudero-Fabre A, Escallon A Jr, Sack J, Halpern 22. Röthlin MA, Löpfe M, Schlumpf R, Largiadèr F. 1881;9:581-582. NB, Aldrete JS. Choledochoduodenostomy: analysis Long-term results of hepaticojejunostomy for of 71 cases followed for 5 to 15 years. Ann Surg. benign lesions of the bile ducts. Am J Surg. 2. Braasch JW. Historical perspectives of biliary 1991;213(6):635-644. 1998;175(1):22-26. tract injuries. Surg Clin North Am. 1994;74(4):731-740. 12. Rizzuti RP, McElwee TB, Carter JW. 23. Johnson SR, Koehler A, Pennington LK, Hanto Choledochoduodenostomy: a safe and efficacious DW. Long-term results of surgical repair of bile duct 3. Madden JL, Chun JY, Kandalaft S, Parekh M. alternative in the treatment of biliary tract disease. injuries following laparoscopic http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA Surgery American Medical Association

Should the Duodenum Be “the Road Less Traveled” for Biliary Reconstruction?

JAMA Surgery , Volume 148 (9) – Sep 1, 2013

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10.1001/jamasurg.2013.2710
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Use The Duodenum, It’s Right There Original Investigation Research REFERENCES 10. Santore MT, Behar BJ, Blinman TA, et al. 21. Tocchi A, Costa G, Lepre L, Liotta G, Mazzoni G, Hepaticoduodenostomy vs hepaticojejunostomy Sita A. The long-term outcome of 1. Von Winiwarter A; Bidder A, trans. Ein Fall von for reconstruction after resection of choledochal hepaticojejunostomy in the treatment of benign Gallenretention bedingt durch Impermeabilitat des cyst. J Pediatr Surg. 2011;46(1):209-213. bile duct strictures. Ann Surg. 1996;224(2):162-167. Ductus choledochus: Anlegung einer Gallenblasen-Darmfistel: Heilung. Zentralbl Chir. 11. Escudero-Fabre A, Escallon A Jr, Sack J, Halpern 22. Röthlin MA, Löpfe M, Schlumpf R, Largiadèr F. 1881;9:581-582. NB, Aldrete JS. Choledochoduodenostomy: analysis Long-term results of hepaticojejunostomy for of 71 cases followed for 5 to 15 years. Ann Surg. benign lesions of the bile ducts. Am J Surg. 2. Braasch JW. Historical perspectives of biliary 1991;213(6):635-644. 1998;175(1):22-26. tract injuries. Surg Clin North Am. 1994;74(4):731-740. 12. Rizzuti RP, McElwee TB, Carter JW. 23. Johnson SR, Koehler A, Pennington LK, Hanto Choledochoduodenostomy: a safe and efficacious DW. Long-term results of surgical repair of bile duct 3. Madden JL, Chun JY, Kandalaft S, Parekh M. alternative in the treatment of biliary tract disease. injuries following laparoscopic

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