Medical Definition of Bile duct stricture

1. An abnormal narrowing of the common bile duct. A potential cause for biliary obstruction. Risk factors are prior surgery, pancreatitis, trauma and gallstones. Symptoms include jaundice, fever, chills and abdominal pain. Endoscopic surgery has been successful in removing strictures of the bile duct. (27 Sep 1997)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Bile Duct Stricture

bile-salt sulfotransferase
bile acid
bile acid-CoA ligase
bile acid 3alpha-sulfate sulfohydrolase
bile acid 7 alpha-dehydroxylase
bile acid 7alpha-dehydratase
bile acid tolerance test
bile acids
bile acids and salts
bile alcohol
bile canaliculi
bile capillary
bile cyst
bile duct
bile duct pressure
bile duct stricture (current term)
bile ducts
bile esculin test
bile gastritis
bile nephrosis
bile papilla
bile peritonitis
bile pigment
bile pigment haemoglobin
bile pigments
bile reflux
bile salt
bile salt agar
bile salt sulfatase
bile salts

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