Original communication| Volume 69, ISSUE 2, P268-270, February 1971

Intercholedochoduodenal vesicular tubular plasty

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      The present paper refers to a special technical procedure performed for a nonfunctional cholecystodigestive anastomosis.
      The flexure of the cystic duct abnormally implanted on the left margin of the common duct prevented free flow of the bile after a cholecystoduodenal anastomosis was performed. The solution was an interchole-dochoduodenal plasty with vesicular material, and good results were obtained with this procedure.
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