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Clinique--pathogenetic features of postcholecystectomy syndrome in children



Clinique--pathogenetic features of postcholecystectomy syndrome in children



Eksperimental'naia i Klinicheskaia Gastroenterologiia 2010(1): 25-30



Years of experience observing children with GSD made possible to determine the clinical course and to clarify some of mechanisms of postcholecystectomical syndrome formation in children. Material and methods. There were observed 148 children who underwent cholecystectomy at the age of 3 to 15 years. There were 44 boys and 104 girls. Diagnosis refined was conducting by ultrasonography, magnetic resonance imaging. Degree of biliary insufficiency was assessed based on dynamic of gepatobilliarscintigraphy. The clinical picture of disease was assessed according to age and sex of the child. We described the clinical course and pathogenetic mechanisms of postcholecystectomical syndrome in children in the age aspect. Based on the results of our research, were found ways of correction of postcholecystectomical syndrome in children with cholelithiasis.

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