Recurrent acute pancreatitis due to haemobilia from a hepatic artery aneurysm.

Abstract

A case of recurrent acute pancreatitis due to haemobilia secondary to a bleeding hepatic artery aneurysm is presented. Embolization of the hepatic artery resulted in cessation of bleeding and resolution of pancreatitis.

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@article{Mee1983RecurrentAP, title={Recurrent acute pancreatitis due to haemobilia from a hepatic artery aneurysm.}, author={Anthony S Mee and Jadri A Turner and Nicholas Gow}, journal={Postgraduate medical journal}, year={1983}, volume={59 695}, pages={590-2} }