胆管との交通を認めた肝内胆管嚢胞腺腫の2切除例 [in Japanese] TWO CASES OF INTRAHEPATIC BILE DUCT CYSTADENOMA WHICH COMMUNICATED WITH THE INTRAHEPATIC BILE DUCT [in Japanese]
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We report two resected cases of intrahepatic bile duct cystadenoma which produced mucin and communicated with the bile duct. Case 1 : A 79-year-old man was found by CT to have a cystic lesion and dilated intrahepatic bile ducts in the left lateral segment (S<SUB>2</SUB>) of the liver. Percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography showed filling defects in the bile duct from B<SUB>2</SUB> to CBD, and partial resection of the liver was performed. Case 2 : A 73-year-old man was admitted for epigastric pain and fever. Laboratory studies showed liver dysfunction, and abdominal CT revealed a cystic lesion measuring 2.2 cm in diameter and slight dilatation of the left intrahepatic bile duct. We resected the left hepatic lobe. The pathological diagnoses of both resected tumors were intrahepatic bile duct cystadenoma. No mesenchymal stroma was observed in either case.
- The journal of the Japanese Practical Surgeon Society
The journal of the Japanese Practical Surgeon Society 69(7), 1770-1775, 2008-07-25
Japan Surgical Association