External Postoperative Biliary Lithiasic Fistulae Associated with Choleperitoneum


Laparoscopic cholecystectomy is regarded as a safe procedure, which could allow only with great difficulty the possibility of unpleasant progression or intraoperative surprises [2]. Both findings are now able to allow in most cases an optimal therapeutic conduct and a most simple postoperative evolution, devoid of consequences.

But, however, even with diagnosis establishment and surgical indication with maximum precision, such as a very advanced surgical technique, surgery further reserves the right to not always provide nor pleasant, nor easy to solve surprises […]