choledochocholedochostomy

cho·led·o·cho·cho·led·o·chos·to·my

(kō-led'ō-kō-kō-led'ō-kos'tō-mē),
Operative joining of divided portions of common bile duct.
[choledocho- + choledocho- + G. stoma, mouth]

choledochocholedochostomy

The end-to-end anastomosis of one common bile duct or another, usually in the context of liver transplantation, but also post traumatic, neoplastic or stricture-related.
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3,8) The biliary anastomosis is usually performed in an end-to-end fashion connecting the donor common bile duct to the recipient common hepatic duct, a choledochocholedochostomy, in an attempt to preserve the functionality of the sphincter of Oddi, thus decreasing the risk of enteric reflux.