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15 patients with left/right intrahepatic bile-duct calculi received ultrasonic lithotresis via abdomen by using the percutaneous cholecystoscope and ultrasonic lithotresis apparatus.
      
Two radiologists (in consensus) assessed the MRCP results prospectively and independently for the presence of bile duct calculi, strictures, non-specific biliary dilatation and pancreatic duct dilatation, and recorded a single primary diagnosis.
      
Relation of size and number of common duct calculi to success of sphincterotomy and stone extraction
      
Endoscopic sphincterotomy (ES) for common bile duct calculi (CBDC) was performed on 210 patients, and 190 of these were available for follow-up.
      
The patients were followed up 12 months postoperatively, and those who had signs or symptoms of possible retained common bile duct calculi were referred to ERC.
      
Four patients (2.8%) in the PC group had unsuspected common bile duct calculi, and in 3 patients (2.1%), the PC was false-positive.
      
On follow-up, no case of retained common bile duct calculi was found in either group.
      
Endoscopic sphincterotomy has become the undisputed method of choice for removing common bile duct calculi following previous cholecystectomy.
      
The patient had previously undergone surgery for acute cholecystitis and common bile duct calculi.
      
Conclusion: Laparoscopic ultrasonography has significant potential for delineation of biliary anatomy and determination of presence or absence of duct calculi.
      
We investigated various energy sources and delivery systems suitable for fragmentation of common duct calculi by a laparoscopic technique.
      
LICU aids in delineation of biliary duct anatomy and accurately determines presence or absence of duct calculi.
      
Prospective evaluation of a minimally invasive approach for treatment of bile-duct calculi in the high-risk patient
      
Routine vs ``on demand'' postoperative ERCP for small bile duct calculi detected at intraoperative cholangiography
      
Retrieval of 12 simulated bile duct calculi was attempted.
      
Of 12 bile duct calculi, 11 were retrieved successfully.
      
Conclusion: Retained gallbladder and cystic duct calculi can be a source of recurrent biliary pain, and a heightened suspicion may be required to make the diagnosis.
      
Risks of "on demand" postoperative endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) for small bile duct calculi detected at
      
The groups were comparable with respect to the frequency of previous abdominal operations, acute inflammation of the gallbladder, and the frequency of bile duct calculi detected by intraoperative cholangiography.
      
Staged and complete laparoscopic management of cholelithiasis in a patient with gallstone ileus and bile duct calculi
      
 

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