Endo-biliary stents for benign disease: not always benign after all!

  • Jo-Etienne Abela Department of Surgery, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley, United Kingdom.
  • John E. Anderson | jandersuk@yahoo.co.uk Department of Surgery, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley, United Kingdom.
  • Henry R. Whalen Department of Surgery, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley, United Kingdom.
  • Kenneth G. Mitchell Department of Surgery, Royal Alexandra Hospital, Paisley, United Kingdom.

Abstract

This case report describes the presentation, management and treatment of a patient who suffered small bowel perforation due to the migration of his biliary stent which had been inserted for benign disease.

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2011-11-11
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Case Reports
Keywords:
slipped endo-biliary stent.
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How to Cite
Abela, J.-E., Anderson, J., Whalen, H., & Mitchell, K. (2011). Endo-biliary stents for benign disease: not always benign after all!. Clinics and Practice, 1(4), e102. https://doi.org/10.4081/cp.2011.e102