[Hepato-cholescintigraphy using technetium Tc 99m diethyl IDA in the follow-up of biliodigestive anastomoses].

@article{Spisni1989HepatocholescintigraphyUT,
  title={[Hepato-cholescintigraphy using technetium Tc 99m diethyl IDA in the follow-up of biliodigestive anastomoses].},
  author={Roberto Spisni and M. Nervi and Guido Caldarelli and C Lijoi and Nicoletta Mazzuca and Paolo Bertelli and Guglielmo Mariani and Renatomaria Bianchi and Alain Polloni and Santino Marchi},
  journal={Minerva chirurgica},
  year={1989},
  volume={44 11},
  pages={1553-6}
}
The results of a study conducted on 24 patients given biliodigestive shunts are reported. Follow-up involved cholescintigraphy using 99m-IDA technetium. This examination provided valuable information about the morphodynamics of biliary flow and when the biliary peak and intestinal appearance times were lengthened, it was also able to identify significant obstructions. The technique is considered highly significant.