Q31 ) Choledochal cyst III, treatment (MCH GI 2019)
A) Partial hepatic resection
C) Transduodenal excision
D) Endoscopic drainage
Ans 31) d
Type III cysts are uncommon and may be approached transduodenally. Because the pathogenesis of type III cysts is not clear and may not involve APBJ, endoscopic drainage may suffice. In the setting of duodenal or biliary obstruction, transduodenal excision or sphincteroplasty can be performed.
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Q32) False about management of cholangiocarcinoma?
a) Resection can be done in absence of histological diagnosis
b) External radiotherapy better than brachytherapy
c) Lobar hepatectomy can be done