A research article on 21 February 2008 in the World Journal of Gastroenterology published clarification.The research team led by Dr. Kun Zhang from Fu Zhou General Hospital led performed laparoscopic hepatic left lateral lobectomy with fiber choledochoscopic exploration of the common bile duct combined and found that this kind of surgery could significantly reduce the postoperative pain of patients and reduce postoperative complications.
World J Gastroenterol 2008; 14 : 1133-1136.
At the same time the liver function damage of the laparoscopic group is much milder than in traditional open surgery group. These results indicate that laparoscopic exploration and choledochoscopic hold many open surgery. Open surgery.. The researchers found that laparoscopic liver lateral lobectomy with fiber choledochoscopic exploration of bile duct had many advantages over traditional open surgery combined left.
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