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  1. Nigul
    In animals with obstruction persisting beyond 2–3 wk, temporary (stenting of the bile duct at the sphincter of Oddi) or permanent decompression of the biliary tree is usually considered. The risk of mortality in dogs with pancreatitis undergoing extrahepatic biliary surgery may be as high as 50%.
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  2. Mogar
    Extrahepatic Bile Duct Cancers - These develop in the branches of the bile ducts outside of the liver. There are two main types: Perihilar Bile Duct Cancers develop at the hilum, where the two smaller branches leave the liver and merge into one duct. They are also called Klatskin tumors. These are the most common type of bile duct cancer.
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  3. JoJokazahn
    Extrahepatic bile duct disease is a rare finding in infancy and early childhood. However, there is an increasing number of patients operated at this age reported in the literature. This increase may have multifactorial reasons, e.g. real increase, better ability of detection as a result of better diagnostic techniques and knowledge of Author: G. Steinau, S. Krischer, G. Staatz, A. Marx, V. Schumpelick.
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  4. Digul
    Apr 18,  · Extrahepatic bile duct carcinoma occasionally presents with intraepithelial spread for a considerable area around the main tumor. In this study, we compared clinicopathological features of.
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  5. Zolorisar
    Apr 20,  · The annual incidence of bile duct cancer in the United States is approximately 1 case per , people. In autopsy studies, the incidence has ranged from % to %. Patients with bile duct tumors are typically elderly; the average age is years.
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  6. Kazrarisar
    Distal bile duct cancer is typically given a clinical stage based on the results of a physical exam, biopsy, and imaging tests (described in Tests for Bile Duct Cancer). If surgery is done, the pathologic stage (also called the surgical stage) is determined by examining the tissue removed during the operation.
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  7. Shagore
    A history of bile duct cancer in the family seems to increase a person’s chances of developing this cancer, but the risk is still low because this is a rare disease. Most bile duct cancers are not found in people with a family history of the disease. Diabetes. People with diabetes (type 1 or type 2) have a higher risk of bile duct cancer.
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  8. Faetaur
    Jun 18,  · Extrahepatic Bile Duct Carcinoma: this chapter outlines the incidence, risk factors, clinical presentation, investigations, treatments and prognosis of cancer at this anatomical site. These features are correlated with the core data that are required to make the corresponding histopathology reports of a consistently high quality, available in.
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