Biliary complications after liver transplantation: with special reference to the biliary cast syndrome and techniques of secondary duct repair.

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Published in Surgery on February 01, 1977

Authors

T E Starzl, C W Putnam, J F Hansbrough, K A Porter, H A Reid

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Study to Establish Whether the Use of T-Tube in Bile Duct Anastomosis in Liver Transplantation Decreases Morbidity | NCT01546064

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