CHOLANGIOSEMIOTICS OF TUMOURS OF MALIGNANT GENESIS COMPLICATED WITH OBSTRUCTIVE JAUNDICE
X-ray investigation has one of the most important places in biliary ducts diagnostics. Cholangiogram enables to evaluate the extension of neoplastic process into the surrounding anatomical structures. At the same time we can get rid of traumatic and complicated stages of the surgery. The subject of the research is the assessment of X-ray symptoms of tumors of malignant genesis complicated by obstructive jaundice. The patients were investigated at Tbilisi State Medical University the First University Clinic TSMU and Ltd N. Kipshidze Central University Clinic of Tbilisi State medical University The causes of the jaundice of malignant genesis were the following pathologies:
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