The corltribution of the extrahepatic bile ducts to bile formation1

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The corltribution of the extrahepatic bile ducts to bile formation1 S. h.P. STRASI~ERC;,~ C. N. PETRUNKA, AND a.G. ~ L S O N Dfpat'tl77~ntof Szirgf~r'y,Toronto iit'e,srerrl Hn.cpitui, I/'nii7er.tityoj Toronto, Tor*o~lro, O l i f . ,C u ~ z ~ d rW5S li I AS

Received February 6, 1976 STRASBEAG, S. M., PETRUNKA, C. N., and 1 1 . ~ 0 ~R.. G. 197'6. 7-'he contribr~tionof the extrahepatic bile ducts to bile formation. ('an. J . Physiol. Pharnsacol. 54, 757-763. This study was performed to determine the contrib~itionof the extrahepatic bile ducts to bilc flow in the rhesus monkey. Bile flow from the two sides of the liver was divided. The major extrahepatic bile ducts remained connected to one side of the liver only. Bile flow, and the concentrations of [l'

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