B Calero Ayala

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Endoscopic biliary drainage through endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) is a widely accepted therapeutic option in malignant biliary obstructions. However, the procedure is not free of complications. Perforation is one possible complication although it is much less frequent (less than 1%) than pancreatitis (5.4%) or hemorrhage (2%). We(More)
OBJECTIVES to analyse survival and quality of life of patients with malignant obstructive jaundice after palliative treatment, comparing endoscopic stent insertion and palliative surgical (palliative resection and bypass surgical). PATIENTS AND METHOD eighty and seven patients were included in a trial. They were distributed to endoscopic stent (50) and(More)
A case of cholestasis in a young patient with portal cavernomatosis is reported. This clinical picture is very infrequent and appears as a consequence of extrinsic compression on the common bile duct due to which the derivative venous collaterals. There does not appear to be any relationship between the intensity of the morphologic alteration of the biliary(More)
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