97. Die frei geführte Endoprothese zur palliativen Operation beim zentralen malignen Gallengangsverschluß View Full Text


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DATE

1984-12

AUTHORS

W. Kreuzer

ABSTRACT

Surgery was performed on 105 patients because of central malignant bile duct occlusion. In 51% palliative surgery was performed, in 44% only laparotomy was possible, and only in 5% was radical surgery done. In 34% of the group treated with palliative surgery, silastic endoprostheses were implanted; in 179 other techniques were performed. In several instances endoprostheses were in free position in the abdominal cavity, leading to upper small-bowel segments. Palliative implantation of endoprostheses revealed good results in 78%. Operative lethality was 39%, median survival was 9.1 months, and some patients survived up to 5 years. More... »

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452-452

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