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PHYSIOLOGY AND PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF
Cholelithiasis I Stone Formation
Cholecystitis II Complications
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abnormal abscesses acid activity acute acute pancreatitis alterations appear AREA associated become biliary biliary tract bilirubin biopsy blood body branches carcinoma cause celiac cent central changes cholesterol chronic CIBA cirrhosis clinical common bile duct complete connective Continued course cystic duct cysts cytoplasm damage develop diagnosis disease duodenal duodenum elevated enlarged enter especially excretion extends extrahepatic factors fatty fibers flow formation frequently function gallbladder gland glucose head hepatic artery hepatic duct increased infection inferior injury instances intestinal involved jaundice later leads less liver cells lobe lobular lymphatic necrosis nerves nodes nodules normal obstruction occur organ origin pain pancreatic duct passes patients pigment plates portal vein portion posterior present produce protein rare result serum severe sinusoids sometimes space sphincter splenic stage stones structures SUPERIOR MESENTERIC surface tests tion tissue tract tumor urine usually vary vessels wall