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Biliary Dyskinesia

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Chemical compound and disease context of Biliary Dyskinesia

  • As the development of endoscopic manometry affords a modality to measure and record sphincter of Oddi pressures, the paradoxical responses noted to the intravenous administration of CCK during manometric evaluation supports the diagnostic value of Kinevac used as a provocative agent in the evaluation of biliary dyskinesia [7].

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Biliary Dyskinesia


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