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Dilated common channel syndrome: endoscopic diagnosis, treatment, and relationship to choledochocele formation.Academic Article Why?
Biliary Tract Malignancies Related to Gallbladder Polyps, Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis, and Choledochal Cysts.Academic Article Why?
Spontaneous Rupture of a Choledochal Cyst During Post Partum: A Rare Presentation.Academic Article Why?
Bile decompression in children with histopathological evidence of pre-existing liver cirrhosis.Academic Article Why?
Peroral cholangioscopy in Roux-en-Y hepaticojejunostomy anatomy by using the SpyGlass Direct Visualization System (with video).Academic Article Why?
Index of suspicion.Academic Article Why?
Combined liver-kidney transplantation complicated by intraoperative discovery of a bronchobiliary fistula.Academic Article Why?
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