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Table 2 Characteristics of biliary stricture and perioperative parameters

From: A novel approach with holmium laser ablation for endoscopic management of intrahepatic biliary stricture

Case # Location of the biliary stricture Location of hepatolithiasis Access route of the cholangioscopic stricture ablation Duration of the initial cholangioscopy (mins) Operative duration of Ho:YAG laser ablation (secs) Subsequent cholangioscopy sessions Major postoperative complications
1 Sgts II-III Bilateral lobes & CBD Laparoscopic 45 12 4 No
2 Sgts II-III Bilateral lobes T tube 60 20 4 No
3 Sgts VI-VII Bilateral lobes & CBD T tube 50 32 0 No
4 Right hepatic duct Right lobe & CBD T tube 55 12 3 No
5 Sgts II-III Bilateral lobes T tube 50 12 3 No
6 Left hepatic duct Left lobe T tube 50 34 2 No
7 Left hepatic duct Left lobe T tube 60 40 2 No
8 Sgts VI-VII Bilateral lobes & CBD T tube 55 19 8 No
9 Bile duct confluence Bilateral lobes Open 25 27 3 No
10 Right hepatic duct Sgts VI-VII Open 30 14 1 No
11 Sgts II-III Bilateral lobes T tube 65 36 6 No
12 Sgt VI Sgt VI Open 35 44 1 No
13 Sgt VII Right lobe T-tube 35 33 2 No
14 Sgts II-III Sgts II-III Open 40 19 1 No
15 Sgts VI-VII Right lobe T tube 50 25 2 No
  1. CBD common bile duct, Sgt segment