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Procedimento de Colicestomia Laparoscópica com Subseqüente Dano ao Duto Biliar - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
O Procedimento de Colicestomia Laparoscópica (Remoção da Vesícula Biliar) com Subseqüente Dano ao Duto Biliar. Mostra a condição pós-operatória correta onde o duto cístico foi grampeado e a vesícula biliar removida. Depois, mostra uma cirurgia de Y de Roux usando o intestino delgado (tripa) para corrigir um ferimento iatrogênico inicial (relacionado ao médico). Os dutos hepáticos, alongados por um stent biliar, drenam diretamente para o intestino delgado. Descreve o pós-operatório da vesícula biliar, duto cístico e duto hepático distal comum.
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