This book by the liver disease, biliary disease, pancreatic diseases, diseases of the spleen, portal hypertension, liver and gallbladder disease of minimally invasive treatment of content is divided into six chapters, a total of fifty-one day. Introduced the common disease etiology, pathological Department of hepatobiliary surgery, pathophysiology, diagnosis, differential diagnosis and treatment methods. In the minimally invasive treatment of hepatobiliary diseases in laparoscopy, choledochoscopy is introduced, pancreas and duodenum mirror, radiofrequency ablation using techniques, indications, complications and treatment etc.. The book is comprehensive, concise text, strong practicability, can be used for physicians and Department of Hepatobiliary Surgery Department of general surgery, students at all levels of reference.
The first chapter of liver disease section of primary liver cancer in second day secondary liver cancer third hepatic hemangioma fourth bacterial liver abscess fifth hepatic echinococcosis sixth congenital cyst of liver liver trauma in second chapter seventh section of biliary tract disease first congenital biliary atresia, second congenital biliary dilatation third pancreaticobiliary maljunction the fourth section gallbladder stone fifth Mirizzi syndrome in sixth section of common bile duct stones of intrahepatic bile duct stones seventh day eighth day ninth day retained bile duct stones with acute cholecystitis in tenth day chronic cholecystitis in eleventh acute obstructive suppurative cholangitis in twelfth day of primary sclerosing cholangitis biliary ascariasis thirteenth day fourteenth Festival reflux cholangitis in fifteenth gallbladder polypoid in sixteenth section of gallbladder carcinoma seventeenth cholangiocarcinoma eighteenth biliary tract bleeding nineteenth bile duct injury and benign biliary stricture in twentieth day of juxtapapillary duodenal diverticulum syndrome in third chapter pancreatic disease section of acute pancreatitis in second day chronic pancreatitis in third pancreatic pseudocyst in fourth sections of pancreatic cystic tumor of pancreatic fistula and fifth day sixth day seventh day insulinoma pancreatic cancer eighth Festival gastrin tumor of pancreatic injury in fourth chapter ninth section of spleen disease section of traumatic rupture of spleen in second section, third section of spontaneous splenic rupture of delayed rupture of spleen in fourth day hypersplenism fifth splenic cyst in sixth section, seventh section of splenic tumor splenic abscess in fifth chapter of portal hypertension in the sixth chapter of hepatobiliary diseases first laparoscopic minimally invasive treatment in the Department of hepatobiliary surgery of the application of section second of endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography third endoscopic sphincterotomy fourth endoscopic nasobiliary drainage and biliary fistula in fifth day of endoscopic treatment of sixth acute pancreatitis endoscopic treatment of biliary mirror section seventh section eighth radiofrequency ablation in the treatment of
The first chapter, the first section of liver disease in primary liver cancer hepatocellular carcinoma (pfimary liver cancer, PLC) is a malignant tumor in the liver cells and bile duct epithelial cells. Primary liver cancer is one of the common malignant tumors in our country, the median age was 40 - 50 years old, male and female incidence (proportion is 2 ~ 5): 1. The annual mortality rate of HCC in China accounted for second of cancer mortality. Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) is a malignant tumor of epithelial. According to the WHO (WHO) classification of liver tissue, epithelial malignant tumor is divided into the following categories: the most common for hepatocellular carcinoma (hepatocellular, carcinoma, HCC), bile duct adenocarcinoma (cholangiocarcinoma), biliary cystadenocarcinoma (bile duct cystadenocarcinoma), liver cells and bile duct carcinoma (combined hepatocel - lular hybrid and cholangiocarcinoma), germ cell cancer (hepatoblastoma), undifferentiated carcinoma (undifferentiated carcinoma). The liver cell carcinoma accounts for more than 90%; cholangiocarcinoma is less than 5%, mostly in Thailand and China's Hongkong Special Administrative Region, Guangdong and other liver fluke more area. In the world scope, liver cancer incidence ranking in malignant tumors, male seventh, female ninth. In our country, liver cancer is the third most common malignant tumor. About 260000 people die of cancer each year in the world. In our country every year around 110000 people have died of liver cancer, accounting for about 40% of the liver cancer deaths worldwide.
"Department of hepatobiliary surgery", the character is chastening Handbook of comprehensive, practical, can be used for physicians and Department of Hepatobiliary Surgery Department of general surgery, students at all levels of reference.
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