bile duct


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bile duct

[′bīl ‚dəkt]
(anatomy)
Any of the major channels in the liver through which bile flows toward the hepatic duct.
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Together with this, 2-4 times increase in frequency of bile duct injuries is noted that makes from 0.
Bile duct injuries as a result of laparoscopic cholecystectomy are estimated to occur in 0.
Therefore, elevated serum IgG4 levels and other organ involvement can only be used as an indicator to identify whether the lesion is IAC or bile duct carcinoma.
Congenital bile duct cysts: classification, operative procedures, and review of thirty seven cases including cancer arising from choledochal cyst.
Adult amphistomes remained attach to the epithelium of the bile duct of domestic ruminants where they inflict sever damage (Fukui, 1929; Mazahery et al.
Magnetic resonance cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) and endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) are other options in bile duct pathologies.
7,16) Bile duct carcinomas are often associated with increased gamma-glutamyl transferase and bile acid levels; however, these tests are not specific for bile duct carcinomas.
The variation of the right lobe posterior segment bile duct that drained to the left hepatic bile duct is described as type 3A according to the classification of Huang et al.
Our goal was to ensure the safety of the mother and child until the end of pregnancy, followed by a complete removal of the lesion of the common bile duct post-delivery.
Choledochal cysts are congenital bile duct anomalies which result in sharp shooting colicky pain and jaundice in the child and require complete excision.
Congenital choledochal cysts: new etiology concept based on anomalous relationships of the common bile duct and pancreatic bulb.