Choledochal cyst and neoplasm: A comprehensive review of

Fieber, Stanley S.; Nance, Francis C.
November 1997
American Surgeon;Nov1997, Vol. 63 Issue 11, p982
Academic Journal
Evaluates 106 cases and presentation of two original cases on choledochal cysts and neoplasm. Complications of choledochal cysts; Elective surgery on pristine choledochal cysts with subsequent neoplasm; Its signs and symptoms and treatment; Pathology in 106 choledochal cysts with neoplasia.


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