Bile duct Cancer (cholangiocarcinoma)
Bile duct Cancer (cholangiocarcinoma) is malignant tumor that primarily in hepatic duct or common bile duct to the bottom of the convergence of the extrahepatic bile duct. Cholangiocarcinoma clinically often associated with gallstones or biliary dilatation. cholangiocarcinoma can be divided into three types include upper (hilar cholangiocarcinoma), middle and lower bile duct cholangiocarcinoma. With hilar cholangiocarcinoma most common, accounting for 40% of cholangiocarcinoma in the same period ~ 67%. In addition, hilar cholangiocarcinoma at the special position of the complex anatomy, surgical treatment has long been a difficult point in, and belonging to high-risk areas of surgery. Now more in-depth understanding of complex hilar region of the bile duct, hepatic artery and portal vein adjacent to the relationship between, and only professional surgeon can make hilar radical surgery to achieve success.