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Bile collected from the bile duct without cholecystokinin stimulation may be inadequate for the detection of microcrystals


, : Bile collected from the bile duct without cholecystokinin stimulation may be inadequate for the detection of microcrystals. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 55(6): 768; Author Reply 768-9


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