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Korean J Gastroenterol. 1998 Dec;32(6):818-823. Korean. Case Report.
Eun CS , Cho YJ , Choi HS , Han DS , Sohn JH , Jun YC , Yoon BC , Hahm JS , Lee MH , Kee CS , Park KN .
Department of Internal Medicine, Hanyang University College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea.
Abstract

Hemobilia is defined as hemorrhage into the biliary tract and occurs when injury or disease cause communication between the biliary tract and blood vessels. The causes of hemobilia are trauma (accidental, iatrogenic), inflammation, gallstone, neoplasm, and vascular lesions. Currently, the mos common cause of hemobilia is trauma. Specially, iatrogenic causes are considered as the mos important. Iatrogenic cause of hemobilia has increased now because invasive procedures such as liver biopsy, biliary drainage (PTBD, ERBD) were popular. We experienced 2 cases of iatrogenic hemo bilia developed after exchange of ERBD stent.

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