Mid-bile duct resection [Case 10]

Introduction

A 70-year old man had an incidental finding of suspected cholangiocarcinoma. He was asymptomatic but has a distended colon from other comorbidities.

The CT scan revealed a mass in the biliary tract and intrahepatic duct dilatation.

The plan is to do a mid bile duct resection with cholecystectomy and biliary reconstruction.

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