choledochal


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choledochal

 [kol´ĕ-dok″al]
pertaining to the common bile duct.

cho·le·doch·al

(kō'lē-dok-ăl),
Relating to the common bile duct.

choledochal

/cho·led·o·chal/ (ko-led´ĕ-k'l) pertaining to the common bile duct.

choledochal

[-dok′əl]
Etymology: Gk, chole, bile, dochus, containing
pertaining to the common bile duct.

cho·le·doch·al

(kō-led'ŏ-kăl)
Relating to the common bile duct.

choledochal

pertaining to the bile duct.
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2) were preformed, which verified choledochal cyst of the distal part of the choledochus, of approximately 4 cm in size, with its top communicating with the small intestine.
Four patients had Type-I choledochal cysts, and underwent Roux-en-Y hepaticojejunostomy surgery.
All patients above 13 years of age with choledochal cyst were considered for the study.
Hyperplasia or regenerative changes in the setting of hepatolithiasis or choledochal cyst should be differentiated from BilIN, especially when they exhibit flat, low papillary, or micropapillary architecture.
The choledochal cyst wall was partly excised for pathological examination.
Notwithstanding this, the appearance of a duplicate gallbladder has often been mistaken for a folded gallbladder, pericholecystic fluid, choledochal cyst and gallbladder diverticulum, among other abnormalities.
choledochal cysts, Figure 6), environmental or occupational toxins (eg, Thorotrast), alcohol consumption and smoking.
Only choledochal cyst which is in communication with biliary tree can present contrast filling.
Congenital liver defects are rare conditions that normally affect the bile ducts, such as biliary atresia (obstruction of bile flow due to blockage or abnormal development of bile ducts) and choledochal cyst (obstruction of the bile flow due to malformation of the hepatic duct) [37].
1]-antitrypsin disease, Alagille syndrome, and choledochal cyst.