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Caroli's disease with intrahepatic gall-stones and salmonella infection.
  1. A. N. Hamlyn,
  2. O. F. James,
  3. A. P. Douglas,
  4. M. I. Lavelle,
  5. C. W. Venables

    Abstract

    At operation for small bowel intussusception, a 26-year-old man was found to have an enlarged liver and spleen. Subsequent investigations suggested bile passage infection associated with numerous intrahepatic gall-stones but symptomatic cholangitis did not present until 5 months later. Retrograde cholangiography showed cavernous ectasia of the bile ducts which contained gall-stones.

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