Mirizzi syndrome

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Mi·riz·zi syn·drome

(mi-ritz'ē),
benign obstruction of the hepatic ducts due to spasm and/or fibrous scarring of surrounding connective tissue; often associated with a stone in the cystic duct and chronic cholecystitis.
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Mirizzi syndrome

An acquired condition characterised by common bile duct obstruction due to gallstone impaction, resulting in jaundice, fibrosis, chronic cholecystitis and, with time, possibly cholecystocholedochal fistula formation.
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Mi·riz·zi syn·drome

(mē-rēt'sē sin'drōm)
Benign obstruction of the hepatic ducts due to spasm and/or fibrous scarring of surrounding connective tissue; often associated with a stone in the cystic duct and chronic cholecystitis.
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Mirizzi,

P.L., 20th century Argentinian physician.
Mirizzi syndrome - stenosis of hepatic duct. Synonym(s): hepatic duct obstruction
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