A case of fatal gastrointestinal haemorrhage due to haemobilia as a direct result of cholelithiasis is described. Erosion of a branch of the cystic artery by a stone was shown to be the source of the bleeding at post-mortem. The features of the haemobilia syndrome are discussed.
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