Conservative Hepatic Hydatid Cyst Surgery
Journal of Surgery
Volume 5, Issue 2, April 2017, Pages: 28-32
Received: Mar. 13, 2017; Accepted: Mar. 23, 2017; Published: Apr. 12, 2017
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Mohamed Salah Abdelhamid, Surgery Department, Bani- Suef Faculty of Medicine, Bani - Suef University, Bani Suef, Egypt
Tamer Mohamed Nabil, Surgery Department, Bani- Suef Faculty of Medicine, Bani - Suef University, Bani Suef, Egypt
Hesham Ahmed Nafady, Surgery Department, Bani- Suef Faculty of Medicine, Bani - Suef University, Bani Suef, Egypt
Amr Mohamed Ali, Surgery Department, Bani- Suef Faculty of Medicine, Bani - Suef University, Bani Suef, Egypt
Ahmed Mohamed Rashad, Surgery Department, Bani- Suef Faculty of Medicine, Bani - Suef University, Bani Suef, Egypt
Seham Anwar Emam, Surgery Department, Bani- Suef Faculty of Medicine, Bani - Suef University, Bani Suef, Egypt
Ibrahim Said Abdelaziz, Surgery Department, Bani- Suef Faculty of Medicine, Bani - Suef University, Bani Suef, Egypt
Tamer Elgaabary, Surgery Department, Fayum Faculty of Medicine, Fayum University, Fayum, Egypt
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Abstract
The principal objectives to be achieved by surgical treatment are total removal of all parasitic elements, avoidance of spillage of contents of the cyst and management of the residual pericyst cavity. Thirty four patients with thirty five hepatic hydatid disease were included in the study. The data for this work were collected between 9-2015 till 9 -2016. The mean age were 38.6+13.2 years. There were twenty female and fourteen males. The main presentation was upper abdominal mass, 25 (73.5%) were in the right lobe, 8 (23.5%) were in the left lobe and only one (3%) was bilaterally presented. Conservative surgery in the form of cystotomy (with or without omental packing), and external drainage were applied to 32 cysts (91.4%) while radical surgery were applied to three cysts (8.6%) in the form of pericystectomy and partial hepatectomy. LOS in the conservative group was 6.3+2.5 day while in the radical group was 13.3+8.3 day (P<0.001 HS). There were two cases of post operative bile leak in the omental pack group (22.2%) and only one case (33.3%) among the three cases of external drainage group, so in the conservative surgery there were three cases (9.3%) and they resolved spontaneously. There were two redo one in the cystotomy patients, the other in the pericystectomy patients. Conclusion: Conservative surgery could be done with success in hepatic hydatid disease and resection procedures are too radical and extensive for benign lesions.
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Hepatic, Hydatid, Cysts, Unilocularis, Multilocularis, Conservative Surgery, Radical Surgery
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Mohamed Salah Abdelhamid, Tamer Mohamed Nabil, Hesham Ahmed Nafady, Amr Mohamed Ali, Ahmed Mohamed Rashad, Seham Anwar Emam, Ibrahim Said Abdelaziz, Tamer Elgaabary, Conservative Hepatic Hydatid Cyst Surgery, Journal of Surgery. Vol. 5, No. 2, 2017, pp. 28-32. doi: 10.11648/j.js.20170502.14
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