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Abdomen and retroperitoneum | 1.2 Gallbladder and bile ducts
Case 1.2.15 Bile duct
Sludge and gallstones in the extrahepatic bile ducts


Multiple distal common bile duct stones in a non dilatated bile duct, missed on the first ultrasound examination because the papil area was not examined properly (Initial examination)

Normal appearing common bile duct
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Normal appearing common bile duct
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Normal appearing common bile duct
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Normal appearing common bile duct at the level of the pancreas
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Multiple distal common bile duct stones in a non dilatated bile duct, missed on the first ultrasound examination because the papil area was not examined properly. MRI scan showing bile duct stones.

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Multiple distal common bile duct stones in a non dilatated bile duct, missed on the first ultrasound examination because the papil area was not examined properly (second examination)

Multiple distal common bile duct stones longitudinal
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Multiple distal common bile duct stones longitudinal
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Multiple distal common bile duct stones longitudinal
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Common bile duct and stone transverse
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