Thoracoscopic surgery for bronchobiliary fistula: A case report

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The bronchobiliary fistula is an abnormal interconnection between the biliary tract and bronchial trees. It is rare but troublesome. The management of such fistula is a challenge. Surgical intervention is considered after failure of conservative treatment. Here we presented the successful video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery for secondary bronchobiliary fistula in 68-year-old hepatocellular carcinoma patient.




Kuo, Y. S., Lee, S. C., Chang, H., Hsieh, C. B., & Huang, T. W. (2014). Thoracoscopic surgery for bronchobiliary fistula: A case report. Journal of Cardiothoracic Surgery, 9(1).

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