Video case: patient with history of recent cholangitis resolving with broad spectrum antibiotics. On endosonography stones in hardly dilated bile ducts. Ampullary orifice located quite deep in diverticulum...
An 86 year old man was investigated for haematuria 18 months ago. The abdominal CT scan did not show any renal abnormalities but there was “incidental” massive dilatation of the entire pancreatic duct....
Which parts of the cut sections of the liver show the inflammatory changes? What is the usual cause of cholangitis?
Why might this be called acute and chronic from a histopathological point of view?...
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