The operative cholangiogram: its interpretation, accuracy and value in association with cholecystectomy.

@article{Mccormick1974TheOC,
  title={The operative cholangiogram: its interpretation, accuracy and value in association with cholecystectomy.},
  author={JamesS. Mccormick and DavidN. Bremner and Janet W. Thomson and T. J. Mcnair and Timothy Philp},
  journal={Annals of surgery},
  year={1974},
  volume={180 6},
  pages={
          902-6
        }
}
The value and errors of one method of operative cholangiography were assessed prospectively with the aim of reducing further the incidence of unnecessary explorations of the common bile duct and the occurrence of residual stones. Operative cholangiograms were obtained using a cystic duct cannula in 174 cases, the technical failure rate being 2%. All cases were followed up using intravenous cholangiography where necessary. Of 129 judged normal by the operator, 2 were found to have common bile… CONTINUE READING
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