cholangiogram


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cholangiogram

[kə′lan·jē·ə‚gram]
(medicine)
The x-ray film produced by means of cholangiography.
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An intra-operative cholangiogram is indispensable for accurate decision-making.
This line of management continued until the effluent from each subhepatic drain was less than 50mls daily and/or when T-tube cholangiograms done on the 10th post-operative day showed flow of contrast into the duodenum and no evidence of retained stones.
It is recommended that an intraoperative cholangiogram through either the gallbladder or cystic duct be done to delineate the periampullary region before opening the duodenal wall.
And I always obtain an intraoperative cholangiogram if I'm unable to clearly delineate the anatomy.
A Ttube cholangiogram performed 2 weeks after the procedure showed no common bile duct obstruction or stricture, and the T-tube was removed.
Early on in the procedure, if there is any doubt as to the identification of the biliary structures, the surgeon may perform an intraoperative cholangiogram.
Endoscopic biliary decompression and palliation was considered successful in 22 (73%) although in four of these it was necessary to undertake a percutaneous cholangiogram to insert a guide wire prior to the repeat ERCP for an endoprosthesis (a 'rendezvous' procedure).
Experienced surgeons perform this procedure, including an intraoperative cholangiogram, in about 96 minutes.
Taut product lines also include a range of specialty offerings for surgeons including cholangiogram catheters and related products, a common bile duct exploration kit, insufflation needles and latex-free wound drainage solutions.
Intervention was either by ultrasound-guided percutaneous catheter drainage, endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatogram (ERCP), percutaneous transhepatic cholangiogram (PTC) or relaparotomy.
This is further documented either in the written note, intraoperative cholangiogram, or a photograph or video, if possible.