Hemobilia a Rare Entity: Case Report and Literature Review

That is a condition hemobilia occurs infrequently in clinical practice, have different etiologies. It is defined by the presence of blood in the bile duct. Characterized by the classic triad of jaundice, right upper quadrant pain and upper gastrointestinal bleeding. For diagnosis we can use different complementary studies, imaging and endoscopic. Treatment is surgical Generally. A case of hemobilia in a chronic cholecystitis operated by patient developed obstructive jaundice WHO, with upper gastrointestinal bleeding and abdominal pain. It was as definitive treatment Performed ligation of the right hepatic artery with satisfactory evolution.


Richard Beaumont, Iris Garcia, Marie Josee Valladares, Diana Medina, Sinthia Solorzano, Oscar Perez, Yasmin Gomez and Miriam Hernandez

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