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Acta Endoscopica

, 18:133 | Cite as

Kyste du cholédoque associé à des anomalies multiples des voies biliaires extra-hépatiques présentation d’un cas et revue de la littérature

  • R. Sablich
  • G. Benedetti
  • D. Pivetta
  • C. Lisotto
  • A. Bulfoni
Article

RÉSUMÉ

Les kystes du cholédoque sont une affection rare, habituellement symptômatique et presque toujours diagnostiquée au cours des dix premières années de vie.

Les auteurs rapportent le cas d’une femme d’âge moyen, asymptômatique, porteuse de multiples malformations congénitales des voies biliaires. L’ultrasonographie, la tomographic computée et la CPRE ont permis de mettre en évidence un kyste cholédocien de 5 cm de diamètre, ainsi que trois malformations associées: une vésicule anormale, une communication large entre le rétrécissement cholédocien et le canal pancréatique, et un abouchement indépendant du cholédoque et du canal pancréatique au niveau de la papille. Le cas rapporté est l’occasion d’une revue de la littérature.

Mots-clés

kyste cholédocien malformations biliaires 

Choledochal cyst associated with multiple abnormalities of the extrahepatic biliary tract case report and review of the literature

Summary

Choledochal cysts represent rare conditions usually symptomatic and almost always diagnosed during the first decade of life. The case of a middle age asymptomatic woman showing multiple congenital malformations of the biliary tract is reported together with a review of the literature. Four anatomical abnormalities were detected by means of ultrasonography, CT, and ERCP which revealed a 5 cm diameter choledochal cyst associated with an abnormal gallbladder, a wide connection between the terminal choledochus and the pancreatic duct, and an independent outlet of the choledochus and pancreatic duct through the papilla.

Key-words

biliary malformations choledochal cyst 

Quiste de colédoco asociado a anomalías multiples de via biliar extrahepatica

Resumen

Losquistes de colédoco constituyen una rara afección, que suele ser habitualmente sintomática y que se diagnostica casi siempre en la primera década de la vida.

Los autores aportan el caso de una mujer de edad media, asintomática, portadora de multiples malformaciones congénitas de las vias biliares. La ultra-sonografía, la tomografía computarizada y la CPRE permitieron demostrar la existencia de un quiste coledocal de 5 cms. de diámetro y ademas de tres malformaciones asociadas: una vesicula anormal, una amplia comunicación entre una zona de retracción coledocal y el canal pancreático y un abocamiento independiente, a nivel papilar, de colédoco y wirsung. Se realiza asimismo una revisión de la literatura.

Palabras-clave

quiste de colédoco malformaciones biliares 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. Sablich
    • 1
  • G. Benedetti
    • 1
  • D. Pivetta
    • 1
  • C. Lisotto
    • 2
  • A. Bulfoni
    • 2
  1. 1.Service de gastroentérologie et d’Endoscopie digestive Ospedale civilePordenoneItalie
  2. 2.Divisione MedicaOspedale Civile di ManiagoManiago PordenoneItaly

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