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Nonsurgical Biliary Drainage

Author: Meinhard Classen; Joe E Geenen; Keiichi Kawai
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1984.
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Nonsurgical Biliary Drainage is a survey of the current status of the endoscopic and percutaneous transhepatic approaches. The editors - internationally recognized leaders in gastroenterology - have gathered together articles which discuss both the principles and methodology of these techniques as well as their results and limitations. With the wealth of authoritative information it contains, this book will also  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Meinhard Classen; Joe E Geenen; Keiichi Kawai
ISBN: 9783642687259 3642687253 9783642687273 364268727X
OCLC Number: 858929939
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: I. Obstruction of the Bile Ducts: Pathology and Surgery --
1. Pathology --
2. Indications for Surgery in Benign and Malignant Bile Duct Obstruction --
3. Assessment of Resectability --
II. The Percutaneous Transhepatic Approach --
4. Techniques of Percutaneous Bile Drainage --
5. Complications of Percutaneous Bile Drainage --
6. Results of Percutaneous External Drainage --
7. Results of Percutaneous Internal-External Drainage --
8. Results of the Percutaneous Implantation of Endoprostheses --
9. Local Radiotherapy of Biliary Malignancies --
10. Preoperative Biliary Drainage: A Controlled Trial --
11. Percutaneous Bile Drainage: Discussion, Summary --
III. The Transpapillary Approach --
12. Techniques of Endoscopic Bile Drainag --
13. Results of Bilionasal Drainage --
14. Chemical Treatment of Choledocholithiasis --
15. Endoscopic Implantation of Bilioduodenal Endoprotheses in Benign Bile Duct Stenoses --
16. Results of Endoscopic Bilioduodenal Drainage in Malignant Bile Duct Stenoses --
17. Balloon Dilatation of Bile Duct Strictures --
18. Endoscopic Bile Drainage --
IV. Disturbances after Biliary Drainage --
19. Infective Complications --
20. The Bile-Loss Syndrome: A Doubtful Entity.
Responsibility: edited by Meinhard Classen, Joe E. Geenen, Keiichi Kawai.

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Nonsurgical Biliary Drainage is a survey of the current status of the endoscopic and percutaneous transhepatic approaches. The editors - internationally recognized leaders in gastroenterology - have gathered together articles which discuss both the principles and methodology of these techniques as well as their results and limitations. With the wealth of authoritative information it contains, this book will also help lay the groundwork for future advances in the field.

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