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A case of a right accessory hepatic duct diagnosed during a Whipple procedure.

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Summary of "A case of a right accessory hepatic duct diagnosed during a Whipple procedure."

Although anatomic variations of the bile tract are relatively common and can be present in about 28% of patients, existence of an accessory right hepatic duct that confluence on the common bile duct is quite rare.

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Name: International journal of surgery case reports
ISSN: 2210-2612
Pages: 210-212

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