Liver, Biliary Tract, and Pancreas Reprinted from Ballinger (ed.): Research
The liver, biliary tract, and pancreas a r e often grouped together not only because of their anatomic proximity, but also because of their close functional interdependence. In particular, it i s… Expand
Biliary retention in a chronic choledocho-venous fistula in the rat: induction of portal hypertension but not of biliary cirrhosis.
- Journal of hepatology
It is concluded that bile contains a compound(s) which induces portal hypertension which is neither bilirubin nor a bile acid since portal hypertension was also observed in animals with biliary retention without obstructive signs. Expand
Liver, biliary tract, and pancreas
Extrahepatic biliary duct obstruction due to stricture; changes in morphology and physiology of the liver and an attempt at prognosis.
- A.M.A. archives of surgery
The purpose of this paper is to present the clinical, laboratory, and pathologic features of a collected group of cases in an attempt to formulate some basis for prognosis and treatment for obstruction of the external bile ducts. Expand
Biliary cirrhosis; an evaluation of various liver tests.
DISEASES OF THE LIVER: VI. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CERTAIN TESTS FOR HEPATIC FUNCTION IN CASES OF CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER
Of a group of more than 100 cases originally diagnosed cirrhosis of the liver, the history and physical observations were characteristic and the diagnosis apparently unmistakable in the fifty cases selected for this report. Expand
THE EFFECTS OF OBSTRUCTIVE LESIONS OF THE COMMON DUCT OF THE LIVER
There is a tendency for the surgeon to neglect the rather unknown intrahepatic portion of the biliary tract in considering the effects of the local lesion, even though a thorough knowledge of its condition might modify his technic or alter his prognosis. Expand