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  • Sigmoid Diverticulitis and Perforation Secondary to Biliary Stent Migration. [Case Reports]
    Case Rep Surg 2019; 2019:2549170Riccardi M, Deters K, Jabbar F
  • CONCLUSIONS: Generally, biliary stent migration is a benign process, but in rare instances, intestinal perforation has occurred. Sites of perforation include the duodenum, distal small bowel, and colon. Perforation is more common with an additional pathology present such as hernias or diverticular disease. Migration and perforation also appear more common with straight biliary stents. In patients with known diverticular disease and straight biliary stents, considerations should be made for early stent removal.
  • Massive upper gastrointestinal bleeding: a rare complication of cholecystoduodenal fistula. [Journal Article]
    BMJ Case Rep 2019; 12(5)Vadioaloo DK, Loo GH, … Subramaniam M
  • A biliary fistula which may occur spontaneously or after surgery, is an abnormal communication from the biliary system to an organ, cavity or free surface. Spontaneous biliary-enteric fistula is a rare complication of gallbladder pathology, with over 90% of them secondary to cholelithiasis. Approximately 6% are due to perforating peptic ulcers. Symptoms of biliary-enteric fistula varies widely an…
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