Intrabiliary rupture of a hydatid cyst


Hydatid disease is a parasitic zoonotic disease that still remains an important healthcare issue in many countries worldwide. Liver is the most common host of the hydatid cysts. The cyst may rupture into the bile duct, as occurs in 5-25% of cases [1]. This complication may be associated with acute cholangitis and life-threatening sepsis. Endoscopic… (More)

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