Objective:To analyze the diagnosis and treatment of extrahepatic biliary cystic lesions in neonates. Methods:A total of 10 neonatal patients with extrahepatic biliary cystic lesions were studied from August 2016 to May 2018. Intraoperative biliary angiography, laparoscopy, CT, B-ultrasound, liver function and clinical manifestations were observed and analyzed. Results:There was no statistically significant difference in liver function between the two groups(P >0.05). The gallbladder width, gallbladder length, cyst width and cyst length of the patients with choledochocyst were all larger than the patients with biliary atresia, and the differences were statistically significant(P<0.01). Conclusion:A variety of biliary malformations in neonates can cause the appearance of extrahepatic biliary cystic lesions. Intraoperative laparoscopy and B-ultrasound examination can be used for the differential diagnosis of extrahepatic biliary cystic lesions in neonates, providing a basis for the treatment of the disease.
Journal of Dali University
extrahepatic biliary cystic lesions