MÆDICA - a Journal of Clinical Medicine | Vol. 14, No. 3, 2019
ISSN 1841-9038  |  e-ISSN 2069-6116
ISSN-L 1841-9038


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Diagnosis and Therapeutic Management in Postcholecistectomy Alithiasic Cholangitis

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Introduction: The objective of the current retrospective study is to present the results of a personal research on the prevalence and treatment of alithiasic cholangitis in hospitalized patients.
Material and methods: The research was based on the following criteria: case selection according to gender, age and diagnosis, anamnesis information, clinical, paraclinical, imagery and laboratory investigation methods, therapeutic approach.
Results: Between 2016-2018, 109 cases had a discharge diagnosis of postcholecystectomy cholangitis following clinical and paraclinical examinations. In a large percentage, cholangitis was alithiasic, imagery assessments showing only a dilation of the intra- and/or extra-hepatic biliary ducts (81 cases, 91.01%).
Conclusions: Alithiasic cholangitis has been the main biliary cause in the postcholecystectomy pathology in this reference study (91.01%). In hospitalized people with alithiasic cholangitis as main diagnosis, highlighted endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) represented a modern therapeutic approach; this allows the improvement of sphincter Oddi functional disorders through sphincterotomy/sphincteroplasty (6.75%).
Keywords: cholangitis, alithiasic, non-invasive treatment

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