choledochoscope

choledochoscope

(kŏ-led′ŏ-kŏ-skōp″) [ choledocho- + -scope]
A fiber-optic endoscope for examining the interior of the common bile duct.
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Tenders are invited for Providing Flexible choledochoscope
Open surgery is indicated for large stone and when ERCP fails, for which choledochoscope or any rigid scope is useful and easier to inspect CBD.
Then a choledochoscope was inserted into the common bile duct for exploration after continuous rinsing.
Methods: Totally, 18 patients were diagnosed with BCS by cholangiography following OLT using choledochoscope or endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography.
Balloon catheter pulmonary embolectomy under direct visual control using a choledochoscope.
Distal excision should be complete down to the level of the pancreatic duct junction, which can be confirmed endoscopically using a choledochoscope or, if not available, a paediatric cystoscope in the case of fusiform cysts with pancreaticobiliary malunion.
The cystic duct can be dilated for passage of a small-diameter flexible fiberoptic choledochoscope for direct visualization of the duct and retrieval with a basket passed through the working channel of the choledochoscope.
Tenders are invited for Extension Of Tender For Flexible Choledochoscope For The Department Of General Surgery At All India Institute Of Medical Sciences, Jodhpur
Flexible choledochoscope was used to check for complete clearance and patency of both proximal and distal bile duct from February 2015.
Unavailability of choledochoscope to assess the CBD stones on 2nd exploration.
The DUR-D ureteroscope delivers superior color, contrast and resolution to Endourologists for the diagnosis and treatment of the upper urinary tract and kidney, and has also been cleared for use as a flexible choledochoscope for laparoscopic procedures.
Methodology: Choledochoscopy was performed via a vertical choledochotomy using a flexible choledochoscope during the surgical procedures on the patients, who were operated on because of hepato-biliary-pancreatic system diseases, and the choledochotomy line was closed by primary closure, t-tube application or choledochoduodenal anastomosis.