MBDI

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AcronymDefinition
MBDIMastering Business Development, Inc. (Charlotte, NC)
MBDIMACFAST (Mar Athanasios College for Advanced Studies Tiruvalla) Biological Database Index (India)
MBDIMinisterio Británico para el Desarrollo Internacional
MBDIMouse Brain Derived Immunogen
MBDIMajor Bile Duct Injury (gall bladder surgery)
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Operative strategy can reduce the incidence of major bile duct injury in laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
Type Specification A Leakage from cystic duct or peripheral radicals B Major bile duct injury with leakage C Bile duct stricture without leakage D Complete transection or excision of common bile duct
(1) The major disadvantage of LC, however, is the biliary complications associated with the procedure, the most serious of which is a major bile duct injury (BDI).
The implications of a major bile duct injury can be profound, with the spectre of protracted hospitalisation and invasive investigations, the anxiety of major reconstructive surgery, a lengthy rehabilitation period, decreased quality of life, loss of income and, in some cases (particularly in the present SA medicolegal environment--see above), prolonged and unpleasant litigation.
Major bile duct injury is most serious and most common reported complication.
A total number of 25 patients were included in the study who presented with a transection or laceration of the common hepatic or the common bile duct also classified as a major bile duct injury which was recog-nized on magnetic resonance cholangiopancreaticogra-phy.
[5] Optimal evaluation of a major bile duct injury requires careful, co-ordinated, multidisciplinary assessment by a knowledgeable group of surgeons, intensivists, endoscopists and interventional radiologists.
In 16 (14.2%) ERCP demonstrated a major bile duct injury without ductal continuity, which required surgical repair by hepaticojejunostomy.