Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute Complications of Cholelithiasis Following Obstructive Jaundice

V.I. Desyateryk, O.V. Kotov, Ye.S. Shevchenko

Abstract


Among the acute surgical diseases of the liver and extrahepatic bile ducts most severe are those that are accompanied by persistent obstruction of the bile ducts with the development of progressive obstructive jaundice. Despite the continuous study of this complex surgical problem there remain topical the questions of determining biliary tract obstruction etiology, the differential diagnosis of jaundice, a choice of rational perioperative drug therapy and surgical technique, the volume of surgical interventions, taking into account their forced phasing and diversity of minimally invasive technologies that are used to the present stage of the treatment of this pathology. A review of the literature shows the current state of science in solving the questions outlined below.


Keywords


cholelithiasis; complications; acute cholecystitis; obstructive jaundice; diagnosis; treatment

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