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, 17 (2), 289-306, vi

Management of Ascending Cholangitis

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Management of Ascending Cholangitis

Timothy P Kinney. Gastrointest Endosc Clin N Am.

Abstract

Acute ascending cholangitis is a potential life-threatening emergency characterized by infection and obstruction of the biliary tree. This article reviews the pathogenesis and clinical approach to patients with ascending cholangitis and examines the literature on this topic.

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