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Figure 6: EUS and ERCP in acute biliary pancreatitis: a 3 mm stone is found within the ampullary part of the common bile duct (between markers; a). The common bile duct is slightly dilated (double head arrow) with non-anechoic content (sludge) (b; P = Papilla of Vateri). Following biliary sphincterotomy, the small stone is born (c).

Figure 6: EUS and ERCP in acute biliary pancreatitis: a 3 mm stone is found within the ampullary part of the common bile duct (between markers; a). The common bile duct is slightly dilated (double head arrow) with non-anechoic content (sludge) (b; <i>P</i> = Papilla of Vateri). Following biliary sphincterotomy, the small stone is born (c).