bile duct

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Synonyms for bile duct

a duct formed by the hepatic and cystic ducts

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2014) Identification of bile biomarkers of biliary tract cancer through a liquid chromatography/mass spectrometry-based metabolomic method.
Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons guidelines for the clinical application of laparoscopic biliary tract surgery.
The stones are the concretions that form in the biliary tract usually in the gallbladder.
Patients infected with a K1 serotype were more likely to have liver abscesses and less likely to have UTIs or biliary tract infections (OR 11.
Coverage encompasses pathobiology of the liver and biliary tract, diagnostic approaches in liver disease, problems related to chronic liver disease, diseases of the liver, liver transplantation, and a problem-based approach to biliary tract and gall-bladder disease.
Filling sought to drain the bile that was accumulating and to drain the biliary tract.
It took one hour and 45 minutes to identify the anatomy of their biliary tract and pancreas, which were joined to each other.
The agent or agents should provide therapeutic concentration not only in the wound, but also within the biliary tract where anastomosis is created.
Comparing ERCP and MRCP, complete depiction of the biliary tract was achieved in 94% and 82%, respectively (p>0.
A"Ascaris infestation may also be fatal due to serious complicationsA such as intestinal, biliary tract or pancreatic duct obstruction.
In conclusion, our study shows that the serum concentrations of trypsin-1-AAT are often increased in malignant biliary tract disease and that trypsin-1-AAT is a new potential marker for biliary tract cancer.
Theise is an international authority on human liver and biliary tract malignancy, recently serving as co-editor and co-author of the World Health Organization's newest edition of the "Diagnostic Manual of Tumors of the Digestive Tract.
Inflammatory myofibroblastic tumour (IMFT) or inflammatory pseudotumor of the biliary tract is an extremely rare benign disease (1).
A site-specific subdivision based on the above classification is also included in the WHO classification, but none is provided for the biliary tract.