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1The success rate in patients drained by computed tomography (CT)-guidance was highly significant in comparison to ultrasonography (US)-guided drainage (P = 0.002) and to those drained under fluoroscopy (P = 0.026).
Table 5 Comparison between ultrasonography- and computed tomography-guided procedures in patients with acute biliary infection n (%)