Eduardo Daniel Nápoli

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BACKGROUND Failure of endoscopic sphincterotomy (ES) for retained bile duct stones occurs in 4% to 10% of cases and was traditionally managed with open bile duct reexploration. METHODS This study uses retrospective analysis of a consecutive series of cases of laparoscopic bile duct reexploration for retained bile duct stones after unsuccessful ES. (More)
INTRODUCTION The management of patients with gallstone disease and ductal calculi is controversial. The main options are one-stage or two-stage management. MATERIAL AND METHOD We performed a retrospective analysis of the experience gained over 10 years in the one-stage management of common duct stones in a high-volume tertiary hospital. RESULTS A total(More)
BACKGROUND Acute biliary diseases during pregnancy have been classically managed conservatively. Advances in minimally invasive surgery and the high recurrence rate of symptoms observed changed this management. METHODS This is a prospective observational study. Initial management was medical. Unresponsive patients were treated with minimally invasive(More)
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