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This article is from Hepatitis Monthly, volume 14.AbstractIntroduction:: Facilitation of biliary salts secretion represents the mainstay of treatment for progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis PFIC. The purpose of this study was to introduce a new approach for the treatment of progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis PFIC to avoid ostoma. Case Presentation:: An 11-year-old girl with the diagnosis of PFIC underwent cholecystoappendicostomy with myotomy operation. Because of anastomosis stricture, she was reoperated with cholecystojejunocolic anastomosis and intussuscepted valve surgery. She was followed for 9 months. Despite disappointing outcomes of internal drainage with cholecystoappendicostomy, results of cholecystojejunocolic anastomosis with intussuscepted valve surgery were promising. Discussion:: The cholecystojejunocolic anastomosis with intussuscepted valve surgery could be considered as a forthcoming approach in the treatment of intrahepatic cholestasis.



Author: Mousavi, Seyed Abdollah; Karami, Hasan

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