Recurrent pyogenic cholangitis in a case with congenital biliary anomaly

Autores: Köklü Seyfettin, Akkus Mehmet Ali, Tas Adnan, Tufan Zeliha, Tanrikulu Yusuf, Kekilli Murat, Koçak Erdem, et al

Resumen

Recurrent pyogenic cholangitis is endemic to South-east Asia but has been very rarely reported from natives of other parts of the world. A 43-years-old woman was presented with sepsis that had a history of recurrent epigastric pain and fever attacks. Her liver tests were unremarkable suggesting any hepatobiliary diseases. Recurrent pyogenic cholangitis and congenital extrahepatic biliary anomaly have been diagnosed after serial diagnostic and therapeutic procedures including endoscopic retrograde cholangiography, MRcholangiography, percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography and finally left hepatectomy. She was cured completely following surgical treatment.

Palabras clave: Recurrent pyogenic cholangitis congenital biliary anomaly duplication of common biliary duct hepatectomy.

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Vol. 11 Núm.2. Marzo-Abril 2012 Pags. 268-271 Ann Hepatol 2012; 11(2)