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Our experience and results of clinical incidental gallbladder carcinomas

Oguz Catal; Bahri Ozer; Mustafa Sit

   

Abstract
This study aimed to eveluate our experience in incidental gallbladder carcinomas the effect of resection on life time .We suggest that liver resection may contribute to the disease free survival of the patients with incidental gallbladder carcinomas. Between January 2012 and December 2017, 3691 patients who underwent cholecystectomy in the Department of General Surgery of Abant Izzet Baysal University Medical Faculty and who did not consider biliary stricture in their preoperative evaluation were evaluated retrospectively.Patients were grouped according to age, sex, stone size, bile duct wall thickness and histopathological results. The preoperative diagnosis of all patients undergoing cholecystectomy was cholelithiasis. Of the 3691 patients, gallbladder cancer was detected in the evaluation of the pathology specimens of 16 patients (0.50%)Of the patients who were diagnosed with gallbladder carcinomas, 12 had female gender and 4 had male gender . All of the patients were found to have adenocarcinoma when the pathology specimens were examined. In the pathology specimens, 2 patients had carcinoma insitu, 2 patients had T1, 5 patients had T2, 7 patients had T3. In this study we share our experience in incidental gallbladder carcinomas and suggest that liver resection may contribute to the disease free survival of the patients with incidental gallbladder carcinomas.

Key words: Incidental gallbladder carcinomas;gallbladder stones;liver resection;disase free survival;cholecyctectomy

Med-Science. 2019; 8(2): 274-6

 

Medicine Science Vol:8 Issue:2 Year:2019 PP:260-488
Posted in Vol: 8 Issue: 2 Year: 2019 June pp: 260-488

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