Family doctor’s tactics for biliary tract diseases (diagnostic criteria) K.V. Vovk, O.V. Sokruto, O.G. Reznichenko, S.V. Gridneva, M.V. Martynenko.

Kharkiv National University bу V.N. Karazin.

Volumes of work of the family doctor include diagnostics, treatment, multifactorial prevention of diseases of internal organs, which do not require treatment in the hospital. Diseases of the biliary system are one of the leading problems of medicine, in particular gastroenterology. The scope of work is extended through specialized assistance provided by the family physician on their own without involving “narrow” specialists. Functional diseases of the biliary system (FDBS), which exist for a long time, contribute to the development of organic diseases of the gallbladder (GB). Diseases of the biliary system are often combined with functional disorders of the gastroduodenal zone. Diagnostic complex includes analysis of results of radiation methods of research, visual endovascular methods with the possibility of biopsy research, various modifications of duodenal sounding with subsequent microscopy and biochemical analyzes of the obtained material. The rational combination of modern methods of diagnostics makes it possible to detect violations of the bile-forming and bile-secreting function of the liver, the motor function of the biliary tract in a timely manner, and to determine the basic links in the treatment and prevention of these pathological conditions.

Key Words: family medicine, biliary system, diagnostic criteria.


For citing:

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  2. Vovk KV, Sokruto OV, Reznichenko OG, Gridneva SV, Martynenko MV. [Family doctor’s tactics for biliary tract diseases (diagnostic criteria)]. Shidnoevr. z. vnutr. simejnoi med. 2019;2:105-111. doi: 10.15407/internalmed2019.02.105. Ukrainian