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Gall-Stone Ileus – Own Patients And Literature Review

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Cholelithiasis is diagnosed in 10% of the population of the USA and Western Europe. A rare but serious complication of cholelithiasis is the obstruction of the digestive tract caused by a gall-stone (Bernard syndrome). It can add up to 1-4% of the mechanical obstructions of a small intestine among the general population but it can result in nonstriangulational mechanical obstructions of a small intestine in 25% cases among the patients over the age of 65. 5 patients have undergone an operation due to a small intestine gall-stone ileus in years 2011-2013 (within 27 months) in the General Surgery Ward of the Beskid Oncology Center - Municipal Hospital. In 4 patients simple enterotomy with a gall-stone extraction was performed. In the fifth patient enterolitotomy was conducted together with cholecystectomy and fistulotomy.
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87
Numer
5
Strony
260-267
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Daty
wydano
2015-05-01
otrzymano
2014-07-03
online
2015-07-10
Twórcy
  • Department of General Surgery, John Paul II Memorial City Hospital in Bielsko-Biała, Beskid Oncology CenterKierownik: dr n. med. , slawek.koziel@gmail.com
autor
  • Department of General Surgery, John Paul II Memorial City Hospital in Bielsko-Biała, Beskid Oncology CenterKierownik: dr n. med.
  • Department of General Surgery, John Paul II Memorial City Hospital in Bielsko-Biała, Beskid Oncology CenterKierownik: dr n. med.
  • Department of General Surgery, John Paul II Memorial City Hospital in Bielsko-Biała, Beskid Oncology CenterKierownik: dr n. med.
  • Department of General Surgery, John Paul II Memorial City Hospital in Bielsko-Biała, Beskid Oncology CenterKierownik: dr n. med.
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