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Grenade Splinter Causing Biliary Obstruction

A man born 1911 was wounded by a grenade splinter in February 1940. Almost 39 years later he was jaundiced by biliary obstruction, and a grenade splinter was found by ERCP in the distal common bile duct (image), and then surgically removed.

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