Abdominal Surgery

Director: Jean de Ville de Goyet

The unit manages pediatric abdominal surgery, in particular surgery of the liver, biliary ducts, and pancreas. It includes malformations, tumors, trauma, obstructive, infectious and parasitic diseases requiring surgery of the liver, pancreas, biliary ducts and vessels of the portal venous system, splanchnic system, and abdominal arterial system.

Excellence


Mini-invasive and laparoscopic surgery of the gallbladder and biliary ducts.
Surgery of abdominal tumors.
Surgical treatment of portal hypertension with meso-Rex bypass, specifically for patients affected with portal cavernoma (with Dr.. Jean de Ville de Goyet’s original technique).

Disease


Cysts and liver tumors
Abdominal tumors
Malformations of the biliary ducts (biliary duct atresia, choledochal cyst)
Biliary obstruction
Biliary and pancreatic lithiasis
Chronic pancreatitis
Bioptic diagnosis
Liver and pancreatic traumatism
Vascular malformation and angiomas of the abdominal and hepatic region
Portal hypertension
Portal cavernoma

Intervention


Hepatectomies (all types)
Kasai (porto-enteroanastomosis)
Laparoscopic cholecystectomy
Biliary duct exploration
Resection of choledochal cysts
Other biliary duct derivations
Portal derivations (several types of porto-systemic shunts)
Meso-Rex bypass
Partial and total pancreatectomies
Derivation of pancreatic ducts

Organs


Liver
Biliary ducts
Pancreas
Stomach
Intestine
Colon
Diaphragm
Portal system