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Review of embryologic and surgical literature emphasizes the great variability in biliary ducts. Major cholecystohepatic ducts are rare, although accessory bile ducts are common. A rare case of intrahepatic junction of right and left hepatic ducts providing drainage through a single cholecystohepatic duct is presented. Chlolecystectomy and primary(More)
Incarceration of stomach in a diaphragmatic hernia with or without simultaneous inclusion of bowel usually signals a surgical emergency. Symptoms of pain, vomiting and occasionally bleeding, together with roentgenographic studies should lead to easy recognition and appropriate surgical therapy. Rarely, strangulation occurs early; then the above symptoms may(More)