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Traumatic hemobilia. Diagnosis by endoscopic retrograde cholangiography

Traumatic hemobilia. Diagnosis by endoscopic retrograde cholangiography

American Journal of Gastroenterology 71(6): 605-607

A patient with traumatic hemobilia documented by retrograde endoscopic cholangiography and treated by right hepatic artery ligation, is described. The role of ERCP in making the diagnosis of traumatic hemobilia is discussed.

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