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《Chinese Journal of Ethnomedicine and Ethnopharmacy》 2009-17
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Objective:To discuss the clinical effect of laparoscopic cholecystectomy(LC) on the treatment of hepatocirrhosis.Method: 63 patients suffering from Child-Pugh Level A or B hepatocirrhosis who visited our hospital from February 2006 to November 2008 were subject to LC treatment and analysis.Results: LC was completed in 62 cases,in which 2 cases were excised of most of the gallbladder,and the abdominal incision of one case was interrupted due to difficult hemostasis during the operation.After the operation,all patients were free from serious complications,such as trauma of the biliary tract,postoperative hemorrhage and hepatic failure.After the operation,there were 3 cases of ascites and one case of puncture hole hemorrhage.During the follow-up period of 2-18 months,the above symptoms disappeared without relapse or residue.Conclusion: Provided sufficient preoperative preparations are made,and the operative indications and skills are grasped accurately,it is safe to perform LC on hepatocirrhosis patients,and LC is the preferred option for cholecystectomy for Level A or B hepatocirrhosis patients.
【CateGory Index】: R657.4
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