Bile Duct: Functional Anatomy, Disease and Injury Classification and Surgical Management

Miguel Angel Mercado (Editor)
Professor, Chairman of the Department of Surgery, National Institute if Medical Sciences and Nutrition of Mexico “Salvador Zubiran”

Series: New Developments in Medical Research
BISAC: MED114000

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The treatment of bile duct benign pathology demands a multidisciplinary approach, involving a team of both specialized physicians and solid infrastructure. Radiologists, endoscopists, and surgeons are all involved in the treatment of these kinds of patients. This statement is also true for the diagnosis and treatment of the catastrophic results of bile duct injury.

Cholecystectomy is one of the most common surgical procedures done either openly or through laparoscopy. The presence of bile duct injury is one of its most severe complications. The solution for this unfortunate event poses a technically demanding approach that involves an array of alternatives comprising surgical and radio-interventional procedures.

This book focuses on benign bile duct diseases, mainly related to iatrogenic bile duct injury. The reader will find a complete and profound review of bile duct anatomy and function, a thorough explanation about the type of bile duct injuries and how to approach them, beautiful descriptions of both the surgical and radiological techniques used in the management of bile duct injuries, a compilation of the experience of a high-yield center of this kind of diseases, and logical techniques to lower the incidence of these injuries.

This text is aimed at an audience composed of health care professionals involved in the integrative treatment of iatrogenic bile duct injuries. In a world where the best medical evidence defines the most effective therapeutic alternative, this book focuses on giving a solid and broad enough basis upon which medical teams can approach this disease. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical)

Preface

Chapter 1 - Functional Anatomy of Intrahepatic Biliary System (Clinical and Experimental Data) (pp. 1-88)
Dimitri Kordzaia, Ilia Chanukvadze and Mikheil Jangavadze (Ivane Javakhisvhili Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, Georgia)

Chapter 2 - Anatomy of the Extrahepatic Biliary Tract: Variations of the Bile Ducts and Arterial Blood Supply (pp. 89-110)
Beata Jabłońska (Department of Digestive Tract Surgery, University Hospital of the Medical University of Silesia, Katowice, Poland)

Chapter 3 - Assessment of the Biliary Duct: Advancement of Imaging Modalities (pp. 111-124)
Reiji Sugita (Department of Radiology, Sendai City Medical Center, Miyagino-ku, Sendai, Miyagi, Japan)

Chapter 4 - The Spectrum of Injuries and Their Classification (pp. 125-130)
Miguel Ángel Mercado, MD, Daniel Zamora, MD, Alan Contreras, MD, Marco A. Tapia, MD, Santiago Mier-y-Teran, MD, and Bruno A. González-Nolasco, MD (National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition of Mexico “Salvador Zubiran”, Mexico)

Chapter 5 - Therapeutic Alternatives (pp. 131-142)
Miguel Ángel Mercado, MD, Mario Vilatoba, MD Daniel Zamora, MD, Ismael Domínguez, MD, Santiago Mier-y-Teran, MD, and Bruno A. González-Nolasco, MD (Department of Surgery, National Institute of Medical Sciences and
Nutrition “Salvador Zubiran”, Mexico)

Chapter 6 - Reconstruction Techniques (pp. 143-154)
Miguel Ángel Mercado, MD, Mario Vilatoba, MD, Fernando Ramírez del Val, MD, Daniel Zamora, MD, Santiago Mier-y-Teran, MD, and Bruno A. González-Nolasco, MD (Department of Surgery, National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition “Salvador Zubiran”, Mexico)

Chapter 7 - Perioperative Complications of Hepatoduodenostomy and Choledoco-Choledocal Anastomosis in Bile Duct Injuries (pp. 155-164)
Miguel Ángel Mercado, MD, Alan Contreras, MD, Lizeth Luna, MD, Mariana Morales, MD, Leticia Carrete, MD, Santiago Mier-y-Teran, MD, and Bruno A. González-Nolasco, MD (Department of Surgery, National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition “Salvador Zubiran”, Mexico)

Chapter 8 - Iatrogenic Bile Duct Injury: Surgical Rescue of Endoscopic Treatment Failures (pp. 165-174)
Miguel Ángel Mercado, MD, Lizeth Luna, MD, Daniel Zamora, MD, Ismael Domínguez, MD, Julio Alfaro, MD, Erick Misael-Saucedo, MD, Santiago Mier-y-Teran, MD, and Bruno A. González-Nolasco, MD (Department of Surgery, National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition “Salvador Zubiran”, Mexico)

Chapter 9 - Bile Duct Injury in the Elderly: A Single Center 20 Year Experience in Reconstruction (pp. 175-192)
Miguel Ángel Mercado, MD, Alan Contreras, MD, Julio Alfaro Varela, MD, Ana Leticia Carrete, MD, Gerardo Tena, MD, Santiago Mier-y-Teran, MD, and Bruno A. González-Nolasco, MD (Department of Surgery, National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition “Salvador Zubiran”, Mexico)

Chapter 10 - Vasculobiliary Injuries Associated to Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy (pp. 193-200)
Miguel Ángel Mercado, MD, Bernardo Franssen, MD, Alejandro Elnecavé, MD, Santiago Mier-y-Teran, MD, Christopher Kauffman, MD, and Bruno A. González-Nolasco, MD (Department of Surgery, National Institute of Medical Sciences and Nutrition “Salvador Zubiran”, Mexico)

Chapter 11 - Avoidance, Prevention and Recognition of Bile Duct Injury (pp. 201-222)
Adnan Alseidi, Farzad Alemi and W. Scott Helton (Virginia Mason Medical Center, Department of General, Thoracic and Vascular Surgery, WA, US)

Chapter 12 - Ampullary Tumors and Tumor Like Lesions: Histological Classification, Diagnosis and Surgical Treatment (pp. 223-252)
Wenqing Cao MD, Kate L. Forssell MD, Dylan R. Nieman MD, PhD, Danielle Marino MD and Jiangzhou Yu MD, PhD (Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Gastrointestinal and Liver Pathology, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY)

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