cystic duct


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cystic duct

[′sis·tik ′dəkt]
(anatomy)
The duct of the gallbladder.
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Beldi et al, [3] Philips et al [9] and Memon et al [17] performed such surgeries without cystic duct closure.
Fulcher, "The cystic duct: normal anatomy and disease processes," Radiographics, vol.
Reasons for conversion to open surgery reported in literature include injury to bowel and major blood vessels, bleeding, avulsion of cystic duct, duodenal injury, cholecystoduodenal fistula, respiratory acidosis, dense adhesions at Calot's triangle, difficult and obscure anatomy, severe inflammation, injury to bile ducts, abnormal intraoperative cholangiogram, unsuspected pathology and equipment failure10.
(21-26) While there is potential to directly demonstrate cystic duct patency with MRI either by administering cholecystokinin to identify GB contraction or by the administration of MR biliary contrast agents, (27,28) these techniques would add time and complexity to biliary examinations and would not be expected to outperform a more cost efficient HBS.
Laparoscopic Management of Remnant Cystic Duct Calculi: A Retrospective Study.
Biliary Peritonitis (i).Due to leakage from cystic duct 2 0.2
In our study, 24 patients had cystic duct stump leakage and in 9 patients the leak was associated with stones.
Gallbladder drains into the common bile duct through cystic duct. Cystic duct is 3 cm long and is lined by cuboidal epithelium.
Gallbladder volvulus is defined by a gallbladder rotation around its mesentery along the axis of the cystic duct and artery [1].
Postoperative complications included bleeding 0.5% biliary peritonitis due to cystic duct leak 0.25% biloma 0.25% sub hepatic abscess 0.25% subcutaneous fat necrosis right flank at drain site 0.25% umbilical trocar site infection 2% keloid at umbilical port site 0.25% and incisional hernia at umbilicus 0.25%.
Intra-operative findings revealed a gangrenous gallbladder with a short cystic duct. Dissection was difficult and the gallbladder was perforated with stones left in the peritoneal cavity.