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Ultrasound and jaundice.
  1. F R Vicary,
  2. G Cusick,
  3. I M Shirley,
  4. R J Blackwell

    Abstract

    We have examined 26 consecutive jaundiced patients referred to the ultrasound clinic. A differentiation between extrahepatic and other causes of jaundice was possible in 23 of the 24 patients satisfactorily examined. The use of ultrasonic techniques in the jaundiced patient offers a high degree of accuracy to the clinician, and little or no discomfort to the patient.

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