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a: Ultrasound, computed tomography and magnetic resonance findings for intrahepatic fluke are diffuse and uniform dilatation of peripheral intrahepatic bile ducts with no dilatation of central intrahepatic and main bile ducts, without focal obstruction lesions, with increased echogenity of bile ducts and non-shadowing echogenic foci within bile ducts (eggs or flukes).
Table 2 Main advantages of two the two techniques available to obtain bile duct drainage