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Offers New Endoscopic Options for Treating the Gallbladder and Bile Duct MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif.
Case history A 34-year-old woman presented with a history of a previous laparoscopic cholecystectomy, followed within a few days by a formal laparotomy for a suspected bile duct injury.
The curcumin mice had "significantly reduced" scarring to their livers, damage to liver cells and less bile duct blockage compared with non-curcumin counterparts.
Copious hemostasis was achieved using sutures, clips and diathermy, and no bile duct or vascular injuries were recognized intraoperatively.
The surgeon disconnects the diseased liver from the bile ducts and blood vessels before removing it.
HomeVestors of America has created the Ken D'Angelo Foundation to honor the company's late founder, who passed away in early 2005 following a brief battle with bile duct cancer.
CHICAGO -- Cholecystectomy should be performed after endoscopic removal of bile duct stones in patients older than 60 years who also have gallstones, James Lau, M.
Currently, the only treatment for gallstones is surgical removal of the gallbladder and direct attachment of the bile duct from the liver, where bile is generated, to the small intestine.