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Figure 2: Longitudinal endosonography in a patient with elevated liver enzymes and recurrent right upper quadrant abdominal pain: typical finding of benign stenosis of the papilla of Vater with slight dilatation of the CBD and the MPD. Relaxation of the SO) with the typical “champagne flute sign” (a, arrows) and contraction of the SO with a polypoid appearance of the sphincter apparatus protruding into the ductal lumen (b, arrows). CBD: Common bile duct; MPD: Main pancreatic duct; SO: Sphincter of Oddi

Figure 2: Longitudinal endosonography in a patient with elevated liver enzymes and recurrent right upper quadrant abdominal pain: typical finding of benign stenosis of the papilla of Vater with slight dilatation of the CBD and the MPD. Relaxation of the SO) with the typical “champagne flute sign” (a, arrows) and contraction of the SO with a polypoid appearance of the sphincter apparatus protruding into the ductal lumen (b, arrows). CBD: Common bile duct; MPD: Main pancreatic duct; SO: Sphincter of Oddi