Luis Gómez Quiles

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Two cases of carcinoma of bile ducts after bilioenteric anastomosis are presented. The first one arose in the gallbladder eleven years after cholecystojejunostomy; the second, in the common bile duct three years after cholecystectomy and choledocoduodenostomy. The reflux into the bile duct and recurrent infections can be risk factors in tumor development.(More)
We report an exceptional case of strangulated small bowel evisceration through an intraperitoneal drainage after open cholecystectomy. It is a recognized but rare complication of surgical procedures. The drainage must be sited carefully and when necessary. If possible, drains of less than 10 mm external diameter should generally be used.
AIM Venous microanastomoses are more difficult to carry out in comparison with the arterial ones, because of the characteristics of the vascular wall. The suture with loose stitches is the usual surgical technique, but it has 2 disadvantages: a long time of execution and the presence of foreign material in the anastomosis. To avoid these complications, we(More)
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