common bile duct

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Synonyms for common bile duct

a duct formed by the hepatic and cystic ducts

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Due to inflammation of the common bile duct, the pressure in the bile duct was higher than in the gallbladder.
Biliary changes include dilatation of the common bile duct in the setting of obstruction with dilatation of intrahepatic biliary ducts which can involve the central or segmental bile ducts only or diffusely involve the whole biliary tree (Figure 1).
There was no significant difference in presence of bile stones in the common bile duct nor was there a difference in the occurrence of cholangitis.
A case of Epstein-Barr virus infection with gall bladder and common bile duct stones in an otherwise healthy child.
In ERCP, dilatation of common bile duct with multiple filling defects was seen, but gallbladder and intrahepatic bile ducts were normal (Figure 2).
Major common bile duct injury and risk of litigation: A surgeon's perspective.
laparoscopic procedures for the treatment of common bile duct stones (BDS), also called lithiasis.
As a result of these contractions, concentrated bile is discharged into the common bile duct, which carries the bile to the duodenum.
A total number of 25 patients were included in the study who presented with a transection or laceration of the common hepatic or the common bile duct also classified as a major bile duct injury which was recog-nized on magnetic resonance cholangiopancreaticogra-phy.
Biliary atresia' is a congenital disease, where the common bile duct between the liver and the small intestine is blocked or absent.
Most patients with gallbladder and common bile duct stones undergo preoperative endoscopic sphincterotomy followed by laparoscopic cholecystectomy.
An intra-operative cholecystogram was performed that showed unequivocal obstruction of the terminal common bile duct (CBD).
Background: Common bile duct stones are the treatable cause of obstructive jaundice.
Complications arose after a staff grade surgeon wrongly cut her common bile duct and right hepatic artery, cutting off 80per cent of the blood supply to her liver.