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Techniques of Endoscopic Bile Drainage

  • K. Huibregtse
Conference paper

Abstract

Since the first description of a method to insert a biliary endoprosthesis through a fiberendoscope (Soehendra and Reynders-Frederix 1979) a rapid development of various endoprostheses and techniques of introducing them has taken place.

Keywords

Guide Wire Liver Lobe Common Duct Pigtail Catheter Dilate Bile Duct 
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