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To figure out what’s going on, doctors will likely do an imaging test like a CT scan or ultrasound, tests to check the state of your bile ducts, blood tests, or use a thin, flexible tool known as an endoscope to evaluate your stones.
The aggressive chemotherapy and radiation treatments, however, limited the spread of the cancer through the bile duct to the pancreas, meaning that only the liver transplant would be necessary.
The night before his final firefighting exam, a stent near his bile duct became infected.
Strader returned to the booth last year after missing the first 59 games of the 2016-17 season while battling through different forms of treatment for his bile duct cancer.
Doctors put duodenoscopes down a patient’s throat to diagnose and treat problems in the digestive tract, such as gallstones, cancers and blockages in the bile duct.
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