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Table 2 Outcomes after endotherapy of postcholecystectomy biliary leaks in 178 patients with a combination of biliary sphincterotomy and the placement of 10-French plastic stent, including adverse events

From: Outcomes of endoscopic management of primary and refractory postcholecystectomy biliary leaks in a multicentre review of 178 patients

Outcome  
Clinical success of endotherapy, n (%) 162/178 (91.0)
Cessation of bile output in percutaneous drains, time (days), median (range), mean ± SD 6 (2–9), 5.5 ± 1.4
Duration of stenting, time (days), median (range), mean ± SD 67 (15–86), 47.1 ± 22.4
Number of patients with high-grade leaks treated successfully, n (%) 9/19 (47.4)
Number of patients with adverse events, n (%) 9/178 (5.1)
Stent migration 2/178 (1.1)
Bleeding 2/178 (1.1)
Pancreatitis 5/178 (2.8)
  1. SD standard deviation