Choledochal Cyst Complication of Pregnancy


Authors: E. Bakoš;  M. Mlynček *;  M. Dubaj;  D. Ďurčanský **;  M. Bakoš;  J. Korček;  T. Jankovič
Authors‘ workplace: Chirurgická klinika FN Nitra, Slovenská republika, prednosta: doc. MUDr. E. Bakoš, CSc. ;  Gynekologicko-pôrodnícka klinika FN Nitra, Slovenská republika, prednosta: doc. MUDr. M. Mlynček, CSc. *;  Ústav patológie FN Nitra, Slovenská republika, prednosta: h. doc. D. Ďurčanský, CSc. **
Published in: Rozhl. Chir., 2007, roč. 86, č. 5, s. 236-240.
Category: Monothematic special - Original

Overview

Authors in this case report describe rare complication of pregnancy. Ultrasound examination showed cystic lesion in abdominal cavity. It was indicated caesarean section because of deterioration of patient’s condition. After the removal of foetus it was peroperative found cystic lesion in subhepatal area in right mesogastrium. Cystic lesion compressed stomach, colon transverse and loops of small intestine. After the revision of abdominal cavity and local finding surgeon detected choledochal cyst. It was resected and sutured hepaticojejunoanastomosis.

Key words:
pregnancy – choledochal cyst – hepaticojejunoanastomosis


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