operative cholangiography

operative cholangiography

[op′ərətiv′]
Etymology: L, operare + Gk, chole, bile, angeion, vessel, graphein, to record
a procedure for radiographically outlining the major bile ducts during surgery. It involves the injection of a radiopaque contrast medium directly into the ducts. The procedure is usually performed to detect residual calculi in the biliary tract. See also cholangiography.

op·er·a·tive cho·lan·gi·og·ra·phy

(op'ĕr-ă-tiv kō-lan'jē-og'ră-fē)
Radiographic examination of the bile ducts with contrast medium during surgery to detect residual biliary calculi.
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Continuous efforts were made to decrease the number of negative common bile duct explorations, while increasing the positive exploration rate till the introduction of operative cholangiography by Mirrizzi in 1931.
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In summary, we performed operative cholangiography routinely in 20 consecutive cases of laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
Value and consequences of routine intra operative cholangiography during laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy (LC) and intra- operative cholangiography is the most preferred modality of treatment currently.
Out of 11 patients operated, operative cholangiography revealed patent extrahepatic biliary tree in 6 patients (55%), thus excluding biliary atresia.
Definitive exclusion of biliary atresia in the infant with cholestatic jaundice usually requires operative cholangiography (OCG)/ percutaneous cholecysto-cholangiography (PCC) and open liver biopsy/ percutaneous liver biopsy9.
Operative cholangiography, being the final diagnostic manoeuvre, was performed as a preliminary step, prior to proceeding to Kasai portoenterostomy.

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