Spontaneous Infected Biloma: A Case Report.

Citation:
NM K, JM M, DM A, CK O. "Spontaneous Infected Biloma: A Case Report." EAMJ. 2016;93(10):561-564.

Abstract:

Biloma is defined as any collection of bile outside the biliary tree. It mainly results from surgical complications and abdominal trauma. Spontaneous biloma is extremely rare and is occasionally associated with choledocholithiasis. This report describes a case of spontaneous biloma diagnosed radiologically and confirmed at laparotomy. An intraperitonial biloma and a large common bile duct calculus were observed. The biloma was drained and the patient progressed well and was discharged in good condition.

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