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dc.contributor.advisorAbello Munarriz, Cristobal
dc.contributor.advisorIglesias, Jesus E.
dc.contributor.authorBolaño Arrieta, Sebastian
dc.contributor.authorSarmiento Fontalvo, Ferney
dc.coverage.spatialBarranquillaspa
dc.date.accessioned2020-01-13T16:55:21Z
dc.date.available2020-01-13T16:55:21Z
dc.date.created2018
dc.identifier.urihttps://hdl.handle.net/10901/17731
dc.description.abstractLos quistes de colédoco son anomalías congénitas del conducto biliar, corresponden a una dilatación quística del árbol biliar y pueden causar diversas complicaciones. La mayoría de los casos reportados en el mundo provienen de Asia, pero no es poco común en el mundo occidental, el manejo de los quistes de colédoco ha evolucionado desde simples procedimientos de drenaje hasta la reconstrucción anastomótica bilioentérica más innovadora. La reconstrucción biliar ahora se realiza comúnmente por una de varias técnicas, incluida la hepaticoyeyunostomía (HJ) de Roux-en-Y, y la hepaticoduodenostomía (HD), siendo las técnicas mínimamente invasivas más aceptadas a nivel mundial. Se presenta un estudio descriptivo y retrospectivo, con el objetivo de caracterizar los pacientes, resultados quirúrgicos y morbimortalidad de la resección de quiste de colédoco más hepaticoduodeno anastomosis por videolaparoscopia en la ciudad de Barranquilla – Colombia en período de tiempo comprendido entre 20122018. Se concluye que la resección de quiste de coledoco más hepaticoduodeno anastomosis por videolaparoscopia es un procedimiento eficaz y seguro en el ámbito local; nuestra experiencia se asemeja a la descrita en la literatura internacional; demostrándose que los resultados en cuanto a morbimortalidad y estancia hospitalaria son similares a los encontrados mediantes otras técnicas quirúrgicas sin embargo se necesitan más estudios de corte similar para poder estandarizar dicho procedimiento como tratamiento de elección de esta patología, siendo una alternativa segura que puede ser generalizada y aplicada en nuestro país.spa
dc.description.abstractCholedochal cysts are congenital anomalies of the bile duct, correspond to a cystic dilation of the biliary tree and can cause various complications. Most of the cases reported in the world come from Asia, but it is not uncommon in the western world, the management of choledochal cysts has evolved from simple drainage procedures to the most innovative bilioenteric anastomotic reconstruction. Biliary reconstruction is now commonly performed by one of several techniques, including Roux-en-Y hepaticojejunostomy (HJ), and hepaticoduodenostomy (HD), being the most commonly accepted minimally invasive techniques worldwide. A descriptive and retrospective study is presented, with the objective of characterizing the patients, surgical results and morbidity and mortality of the choledochal cyst resection plus hepaticoduodenal anastomosis by videolaparoscopy in the city of Barranquilla - Colombia in a period between 20122018. It is concluded that Resection of choledochal cyst plus hepaticoduodenum anastomosis by videolaparoscopy is an effective and safe procedure at the local level; our experience resembles that described in international literature; demonstrating that the results regarding morbidity and mortality and hospital stay are similar to those found through other surgical techniques, however, more similar studies are needed to be able to standardize said procedure as a treatment of choice for this pathology, being a safe alternative that can be generalized and applied in our country.Eng
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dc.titleResección de quiste de colédoco más hepáticoduodeno anastomosis por videolaparoscopica en la ciudad de Barranquilla – Colombia durante el periodo 2012-2018spa
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dc.subject.subjectenglishSurgeryspa
dc.subject.subjectenglishGallbladderspa
dc.subject.subjectenglishCholecystectomyspa
dc.subject.subjectenglishLaparoscopyspa
dc.subject.subjectenglishCystsspa
dc.subject.lembCirugía de la vesícula biliarspa
dc.subject.lembColecistectomía laparoscopicaspa
dc.subject.lembQuistes -- Cirugíaspa
dc.type.localTesis de Especializaciónspa
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dc.identifier.instnameinstname:Universidad Librespa
dc.identifier.reponamereponame:Repositorio Institucional Universidad Librespa
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dc.subject.proposalCirugíaspa
dc.subject.proposalVesícula biliarspa
dc.subject.proposalColecistectomíaspa
dc.subject.proposalLaparoscopiaspa
dc.subject.proposalQuistesspa


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