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Factors associated with an increased risk of post-endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (post-ECRP) perforation are dilated common bile duct; dysfunction of the sphincter of Oddi; prolonged duration of the procedure; biliary stricture dilatation; and performance of sphincterectomy.Free abdominal perforation – type I is usually, immediately identified, whereas retroduodenal perforation – type II, is recognized by radiographic evidence of air or contrast.A suspected duodenal p...
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