Computed tomographic demonstration of hemobilia

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      A patient with hemobilia presumably due to a small hemangioma in the liver is presented. The condition was diagnosed by computed tomography (CT) done immediately following hepatic arteriography and confirmed, by hem-positive duodenal aspirates on two occasions.


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