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A case of stricture of the common bile duct is reported in which treatment was carried out with the use of a Vitallium tube. A twenty-five year survival because of as well as in spite of the use of this type of prosthetic device occurred.
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☆This project was supported in part by the Lydia Raymond Research and Publication Fund at the Framingham Union Hospital.
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