Post-ERCP Dormia basket impaction: a case report and literature review

Authors

  • Alaaeldin Mohamed Sedik Department of Surgery, King Khalid Hospital Hail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia http://orcid.org/0000-0002-8815-2337
  • Abrar Hussein Department of Surgery, King Khalid Hospital Hail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Abdelmajid Alshimary Department of Surgery, King Khalid Hospital Hail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Mostafa Elsayed Department of Surgery, King Khalid Hospital Hail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Ahmed Alzayed Department of Surgery, King Khalid Hospital Hail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Nada Alharbi Department of Surgery, King Khalid Hospital Hail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18203/2349-2902.isj20214765

Keywords:

Common bile duct stone, Impacted Dormia basket, ERCP

Abstract

The incidence of Common bile duct stones (CBD) in patients undergoing cholecystectomy is 10%. The present-day management of common bile duct stone may be pre-, intra-, or post-operative Endoscopic retrograde cholangio-pancreatography (ERCP) with stone extraction. The reported complications of ERCP and CBD stone extraction range from 5 to 10% cases, that might be life threatening. Herein, we reported a case of calculus obstructive jaundice and cholangitis. Unfortunately, trials for ERCP and stone retrieval was followed by impacted Dormia basket which was successfully managed by surgerys.

Author Biography

Alaaeldin Mohamed Sedik, Department of Surgery, King Khalid Hospital Hail, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

general surgery department,consultant general surgeon

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Published

2021-11-26

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