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Endoscopic management of postcholecystectomy biliary leak: When and how? A nationwide study.

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Summary of "Endoscopic management of postcholecystectomy biliary leak: When and how? A nationwide study."

ERCP is considered the first-line therapy for biliary duct leaks (BDLs). However, the optimal ERCP timing and endotherapy methods remain controversial. Our aim was to evaluate these factors as predictors of poor clinical outcomes after BDLs.

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Name: Gastrointestinal endoscopy
ISSN: 1097-6779
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