Mirizzi Syndrome Type 2: A Case Report

Aydemir Ölmez, Reşat Doğan, Cemalettin Aydın, Turgut Pişkin, Cüneyt Kayaalp
2009 Dicle Medical Journal  
Mirizzi syndrome is an unusual complication of gallstone disease and occurs in approximately 1% of these pa-tients. Some cases can not be identified preoperatively; despite modern imaging techniques. Today; treatment of Mirizzi syndrome is surgical. If Mirizzi syndrome is pre-sent; the risk of bile duct injury increases; particularly during laparoscopic surgery. Therefore; preoperative or intraoperative diagnosis is important. Here; we pre-sented a 29 year-old woman with obstructive jaundice
more » ... diagnosed as cholelithiasis and choledocholithiasis. Preoperative endoscopic retrograde cholangiography re-lieved the common bile duct stone but cound not diag-nosed the Mirizzi syndrome preoperatively. During lapa-roscopy; the diagnosis of Mirizzi syndrome was sus-pected early and the procedure was converted to open cholecystectomy and T-tube to common bile duct. There was no bile duct injury and postoperative course was uneventful.
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