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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.2 Gallbladder and bile ducts
Case 1.2.20 Bile duct
Miscellaneous pathology


Cholesterol crystals in the bile ducts:
Bile duct microlithiasis or cholesterol crystals in the intrahepatic bile ducts in a patient after cholecystectomy
Air in the bile ducts:
Air in the common bile duct after a papillotomy
Air in the bile ducts:
Air in the bile ducts after a papillotomy in a patient with gallstones and a cholecystitis
Air in the bile ducts:
Air in the bile ducts after a papillotomy that in transverse view could be mistaken for a stone
Air in the bile ducts:
Air in the biliary tree after papillotomy
Air in the bile ducts:
Air in the bile ducts after an ERCP
Air in the bile ducts:
Patient with cholecystitis and air in the gallbladder and bileducts caused by an ERCP and papillotomy
Air in the bile ducts:
Gallstone perforation from the bile duct to the duodenum with air in the bile ducts
Dilatation without obstruction:
Localized dilatation of the common bile duct without obstruction
Postoperative dilatation of the common bile duct:
Postoperative dilatation of the common bile duct
Postoperative dilatation of the common bile duct:
Postoperative dilatation of the extrahepatic bile ducts without stones and normal intrahepatic ducts
Choledochal cyst:
Choledochal cyst with a cystic dilatation of the bile duct but without intrahepatic dilatation and a normal distal bile duct
Case of the month August 2005: Choledochal cyst:
Large choledochal cyst
Case of the month January 2012: Choledochal cyst:
Choledochocele mimicking a double gallbladder
Choledochal cyst:
Localized cystic dilatation of the distal common bile duct without signs of obstruction, probably a type 1 choledochal cyst. Because of the ...
Cholesterol crystals in the bile ducts:
Bile duct microlithiasis or cholesterol crystals in the intrahepatic bile ducts in a patient after cholecystectomy
Air in the bile ducts:
Air in the common bile duct after a papillotomy
Air in the bile ducts:
Air in the bile ducts after a papillotomy in a patient with gallstones and a cholecystitis
Air in the bile ducts:
Air in the bile ducts after a papillotomy that in transverse view could be mistaken for a stone
Air in the bile ducts:
Air in the biliary tree after papillotomy
Air in the bile ducts:
Air in the bile ducts after an ERCP
Air in the bile ducts:
Patient with cholecystitis and air in the gallbladder and bileducts caused by an ERCP and papillotomy
Air in the bile ducts:
Gallstone perforation from the bile duct to the duodenum with air in the bile ducts
Dilatation without obstruction:
Localized dilatation of the common bile duct without obstruction
Postoperative dilatation of the common bile duct:
Postoperative dilatation of the common bile duct
Postoperative dilatation of the common bile duct:
Postoperative dilatation of the extrahepatic bile ducts without stones and normal intrahepatic ducts
Choledochal cyst:
Choledochal cyst with a cystic dilatation of the bile duct but without intrahepatic dilatation and a normal distal bile duct
Case of the month August 2005: Choledochal cyst:
Large choledochal cyst
Case of the month January 2012: Choledochal cyst:
Choledochocele mimicking a double gallbladder
Choledochal cyst:
Localized cystic dilatation of the distal common bile duct without signs of obstruction, probably a type 1 choledochal cyst. Because of the ...
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