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Table 1 The demographic, clinical data and endoscopic findings about our cases are presented.

From: The clinical presentations of ectopic biliary drainage into duodenal bulbus and stomach with a thorough review of the current literature

Patient no Age Complaints Duration of symptoms CS Bile duct operation Gall stone Bile duct stone Ectopic biliary drainage to Duodenal ulcer/Gastric ulcer Apical stricture Gastric
operation
Endoscopic treatments (EST, EBD) Stent Stone extraction Surgery
1 75 Jaundice 1.5 months Yes No Yes No, but Mirizzi Post-bulbar No/No No No EST Yes No CS, HJ
2 54 Jaundice 5 months No Yes Operated Yes Bulbus Yes/No Yes Yes, PP No No No Exitus
3 45 Cholangitis 9 years No No Yes No Bulbus Yes/No No No No No No No
4 58 Malaise 10 years Yes Yes Operated No Post-bulbar Yes/No No No No No No No
5 74 Abdominal pain 2 months Non No Yes Yes Stomach No/No No No EBD No Yes CS, HJ
6 49 Abdominal pain, vomiting, fever 4 years Yes Yes Operated Yes Bulbus Yes/No No Yes, GJ EBD No Yes No
7 38 Abdominal pain 2 months Yes No Operated Yes Bulbus Yes/No No No EBD Yes Yes No
8 53 Cholangitis 7 months Yes No Operated No Bulbus No/No No No No No No No
9 49 Fever 5 months No No Yes Yes Bulbus Yes/No No Yes, GJ EBD No Yes No
10 45 Jaundice 1.5 months No No Yes Yes Bulbus Yes/No Yes No EBD Yes Yes CS, HJ
  1. PP: Pyloroplasty, GJ: Gastrojejunostomy CS: Cholecystectomy HJ: Hepaticojejunostomy EST: Endoscopic sphincteroplasty EBD: Endoscopic biliary dilatation