The choledochocele: correlation of radiological, clinical and pathological findings

F J ScholzC R Larsen


Two cases of choledochocele are presented and 14 cases in the literature reviewed. Choledochocele is defined as a herniation of the common bile duct into the duodenum. This entity is distinguishable radiographically from duodenal diverticulum and duodenal duplication cyst by filling during cholangiography but not during upper gastrointestinal series. The duodenal diverticulum fills on upper gastrointestinal series but not on cholangiography. The duplication cyst will not fill with either method.


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