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Re: Gallstone analysis in laboratory?
 
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Re: Gallstone analysis in laboratory?


as a physician it should be clear to you that many of the objects passed do not fit the appearance and physical characteristics of biliary stones. why would intrahepatic biliary stones be a problem in someone with a normal biliary tree anatomy? Look at PBC, PSC and autoimmune Cholangitis and contrast them with the people here - doesn't that tell you something?

HIDA scan in cholecystitis shows a poorly contracting gallbladder. How then will the poorly contracting gallbladder egt rid of gallstones?
 
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