Hemobilia in a patient with multiple intrahepatic, hepatic artery aneurysms

Acta chirurgica Belgica
G MaralcanI Sanal


Hemobilia is a rare form of upper gastrointestinal system (GIS) bleeding. Rupture of the hepatic artery aneurysm into the biliary tract is also an uncommon cause of hemobilia. We report a case of hemobilia, secondary to rupture of one of multiple aneurysms of both right and left hepatic arteries. It was treated by hepatic artery ligation.


Jan 22, 2011·Journal of Medical Case Reports·Viplove SenadhiSudhir Dutta

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