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Congenital biliary tract disorder

Introduction: Congenital biliary tract disorder

Description of Congenital biliary tract disorder

Congenital biliary tract disorder: abnormality present at birth of function, structure, or both of the organs, ducts, and other structures that participate in the secretion, storage, and delivery of bile into the duodenum.
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