Diagrammatic representation of the Strasberg classification. Type A Cystic stump leak. Type B Right posterior sectoral bile duct (RPSD) injury, with both proximal and distal ends clipped (no bile leak). Type C Bile leak from the proximal end, with only the distal end clipped. Type D Side wall injury to the common hepatic/bile duct. Type E1–5 Major bile duct injuries
The data included demographics, delay in suspicion of the LCBDI and
referral, referral patterns (immediate or delayed), type of injury
according to the Strasberg classification (Fig. 2) and
diagnosed by combined imaging and intraoperative findings, mode of
treatment after injury, morbidity, and the need for additional
intervention during the subsequent follow-up period. .
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