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Digestive-biliary fistula caused by perforation of a pyloroduodenal ulcer into the common bile duct. Gastrectomy and reestablishment of bile flow. Recovery

Digestive-biliary fistula caused by perforation of a pyloroduodenal ulcer into the common bile duct. Gastrectomy and reestablishment of bile flow. Recovery

Lyon Chirurgical 58: 117-121

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