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1/2. caroli disease: the diagnostic approach.

    Two new pediatric examples of caroli disease are reported; one was diagnosed by operative cholangiography and one by percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography. Although a variety of approaches may lead one to suspect the diagnosis, percutaneous transhepatic cholangiography is now the method of choice to establish the diagnosis.
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2/2. gallbladder hypokinesia: an unusual cause of duodenal obstruction.

    gallbladder hypokinesis is an uncommon condition and a potential etiologic factor in the formation of gallstones and the development of cholecystitis. It is associated with a number of different conditions, but gallbladder hypokinesia as a cause of small bowel obstruction is unreported. In the case presented below, we saw a postoperative partial upper small bowel obstruction due to hypokinesia of the gallbladder. The investigations, management, and subsequent recovery are described. A review of the literature failed to reveal any similar occurrence.
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