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Case Report

Laparoendoscopic Rendezvous for Concomitant Cholecystocholedocholithiasis: A Successful Modality Even in the Most Difficult Presentations Including Pregnancy

Table 1

Personal, clinical, laboratory, and radiological data of the study patients.

PatientAgeGenderDifficultyBilirubinASTALTAmylaseAlkaline phosphataseGallbladder stoneCBD stoneCBD diameter

182 YFemaleAnatomical difficulty in old age75 μmol/L266 IU/L181 IU/L147 IU/L354 mmol/LMultiple smallSingle 0.8 cm1.3 cm
223 YFemaleFirst trimester pregnancy90 μmol/L186 IU/L490 IU/L69 IU/L200 mmol/LMultiple smallMultiple small1.2 cm
351 YFemaleMultiple comorbid diseases35.7 μmol/L183 IU/L297 IU/L78 IU/L210 mmol/LSingle 1.1 cmSingle small1.8 cm
445 YMalePostlaparotomy and sigmoid resection33.4 μmol/L639 IU/L144 IU/L34 IU/L187 mmol/LMultiple smallMultiple small1.4 cm

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