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Filling Defect or Fold in Common Bile Duct
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Filling Defect or Fold in Common Bile Duct
Recently had an ERCP and EUS.  They show what the doctor calls a filling defect or a possible fold in the common bile duct.  Biopsy report states "insufficiennt material for tissue block".  Does that mean they didn't get enough tissue to test?  The report goes on to state no malignant cells identified.  Report suggest a possible sphincterotomy might be done.  Does anyone know anything about benign growths or folds in the common bile duct?
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