Endoscopic dilation and biliary stent implantation - Biliary stenting

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General Clinic of Thessaloniki Euromedica, Gravias 2, Thessaloniki, Greece

Dimakopoulos Konstantinos

MD Gastroenterologist

Konstantinos Dimakopoulos

Consultant Gastroenterologist                                       

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Kofokotsios Alexandros

MD Consultant Gastroenterologist

Alex N. Kofokotsios

Consultant Gastroenterologist MRCP(UK), FEBGH

Head of Endoscopy/Gastroenterology

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Bartzis Leonidas

Dr. Gastroenterologist

Leonidas Bartzis

Gastroenterologist                          

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Endoscopic dilation and biliary stent implantation

Stent placement and stricture dilatation: for treatment and alleviation of stenosis across the entire biliary tree: esophagus, duodenum

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  • Clinical examination by the attending physician
  • Pathological examination
  • Cardiological examination
  • Preoperative check-up
  • Blood crossmatcing (blood bottles are presented after consultation of patient with the hospital's colaborating blood donor center)
  • Clinical examination and coverage by an anaesthesiologist
  • Operation – treatment
  • Medical implants
  • Postoperative check
  • Medication
  • Hospital consumables
  • Nursing care
  • Stay in a choice room for X days
  • Postoperative Instructions
  • 1st postoperative visit to the attending physician

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  • Histopathological examination of diseased tissue
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